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Tramaine Brock reportedly starts his free agency tour in Seattle on Tuesday and he may have not extend his tour past that location.

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According to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo, the Seahawks and Brock may agree to terms following the meeting and before Brock can visit with other interested teams. That tidbit suggests this isn't just a due diligence-type meeting for the Seahawks. They would like to add yet another starting-caliber cornerback to their right cornerback battle.

Seahawks have done 4-months of work on CB Tramaine Brock. Fully investigated his domestic situation. Very serious about signing him...

— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) August 15, 2017

But can the two sides come to terms?

The Seahawks 2017 cap situation isn't overflowing with money at the moment. According to HawkBlogger's Evan Hill, the Seahawks have between $3.5 to 4.5 million in true cap space, which they have to stretch over the remainder of the year for various other signings and expenses.

Brock's domestic violence arrest from April -- which he was cleared of last week -- may drive down his price but plenty of teams are in need of quality cornerbacks, especially one who started all 16 games in 2016.

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So two questions remain: What price tag keeps him from leaving town? And does this mean the Seahawks didn't like what they saw on tape from

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