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A team source, however, said the Seahawks might not be interested in Atogwe.
The one team that has made the hardest push to sign Atogwe is St. Louis, which would like to keep him. Atogwe was the Rams' franchise player last season.
Atogwe has made no free-agent visits since becoming a free agent more than two weeks ago. A shoulder injury landed him on injured reserve in 2009. He also underwent hernia surgery.
Despite playing a shortened season, Atogwe had 74 tackles, three forced fumbles, two interceptions and a sack in 12 games. Atogwe, who will turn 29 years old this month, has 19 interceptions in his five-year NFL career.
Adam Schefter is ESPN's NFL Insider.
St. Louis Rams safety O.J. Atogwe, football's top available free agent, is planning to visit Seattle next week, according to a league source.