Ray is set to visit the Seahawks on Friday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.
Ray has already visited the Raiders and Colts -- who opted to sign Justin Houston instead -- this offseason in his quest to find a new home. Despite Ray's status as a first-round pick in 2015, the Missouri product has had a combination of injuries that have given him trouble finding consistency. Ray has a chance to find a spot in Seattle, where the depth at defensive end is fairly shallow.
Ray had a visit with the Raiders recently, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Stephen Holder of The Athletic reports that the free-agent pass rusher visited Indianapolis a few weeks ago -- presumably before the team signed Justin Houston. Ray is a first-round pick (2015) with an eight-sack season (2016) to his name, but a combination of injuries and superior talent on the Denver roster limited him to 19 appearances (seven starts) and two sacks the past two seasons. He might have a shot at a starting job in Oakland, where the depth chart at defensive end is barren.
Ray has an undisclosed illness and is questionable for Monday's game against the Raiders, Kyle Fredrickson of The Denver Post reports.
Ray was added to the injury report Friday and the specifics of the issue remain unclear. The 25-year-old was a healthy scratch last week against Cleveland, so there's no guarantee he suits up Monday at Oakland even if he's healthy enough to play.
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