Market reportedly starting to dry up for former Seahawk Russell Okung

Russell Okung spent his first six years in the NFL with the Seahawks.

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Free-agent offensive tackle Russell Okung appears to have overestimated his value on the market.

According to Pro Football Talk, the Steelers are no longer interested in the former Seahawk after Pittsburgh signed Ryan Harris to a two-year deal.

The Giants, Steelers and Lions have made offers to Okung and the Seahawks are also interested in reuniting with the six-year vet. According to the report, Okung believes he should land a deal worth $11 million to $13 million annually. Teams apparently don’t agree with his evaluation.

Okung was drafted sixth in the 2010 draft by the Seahawks. He was named to his only Pro Bowl in 2012.