Reuben Foster is getting ready for the comeback and ready to play again
"NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that the Tennessee linebacker
has a workout scheduled with Seattle on Sunday, according to a source.
Rapoport added that Foster has had several workouts with different teams."
Foster played the last game of his rookie season on October 28, 2018.
The Seattle Seahawks signed Foster to their practice squad in December.
There was an allegation of domestic violence for which Foster was later cleared.
Foster injured his knee during OTAs in 2019.
The knee injury extended his exclusion from the 2020 season when he was placed on an injured reserve.
As of 2021, Foster has had to try out for teams, but remains unsigned.
The Seahawks are giving Foster a look because he is an up-and-coming player in the league.
Foster has proven himself as a sure tackler up the middle, notching 101 tackles (10 for a loss) in 16 career games.
But off-the-field issues and injuries have slowed his progress.