RENTON, WASH. - The Seattle Seahawks agreed to terms with free agent tight end Zach Miller on Tuesday.
The deal is worth $34 million with $17 million guaranteed over five years, according to the Seattle Times.
Miller, a 2010 Pro Bowl selection, had spent his entire four-year career in Oakland after the Raiders selected him in the second round of the 2007 NFL Draft.
He has been Oakland's most consistent receiver over that span, recording 226 receptions for 2,712 yards and 12 touchdowns in 62 games -- 61 starts.
"This is a fantastic move for us," head coach Pete Carroll said on the team's website. "Zach is a great football player. He's a great person, and great competitor.
"I think he makes a more versatile offense. We'll be able to use he and John (Carlson, the team's current starting tight end) in so many different ways. They'll be on the field at the same time a ton. Thrilled about that flexibility."
Carroll also confirmed the additions of cornerback Kelly Jennings, who started 14 games for the Seahawks last season, and defensive tackle Jimmy Wilkerson.