Few teams have been as active in the free agent market as the Seattle Seahawks.

Offensive lineman Robert Gallery, wideout Sidney Rice and defensive end Jimmy Wilkerson are just a few players that the Seahawks have signed to get better this season.

Now they've added the best pass-catching tight end on the market.

Free Agent Zach Miller, formerly of Oakland, has agreed to a five year deal reportedly worth 34 million dollars, with half of that money guaranteed.

Miller has caught over 120 passes the last two seasons and gives the Seahawks another pass catching threat for new quarterback Taveris Jackson.