Seahawks trade LB Kevin Pierre-Louis to Chiefs for DJ Alexander

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Kansas City and Seattle have swapped linebackers, with D.J. Alexander joining the Seahawks and Kevin Pierre-Louis being sent to the Chiefs. Alexander to the Seattle Seahawks for linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis.

Pierre-Louis was a fourth round pick out of Boston College in 2014. In 43 games overall, Pierre-Louis has tallied 43 tackles and one pass deflection. He picked up 13 tackles in seven games for Seattle last season.

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This is a bit of a odd move as Alexander has been a worthy special teams contributor in Kansas City for the past two seasons. He played 298 snaps past year, 71 on defense and 227 on special teams.

Pierre-Louis never matched his potential with the Seahawks.

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Alexander has two years remaining on his rookie deal, while Pierre-Louis has one.

Alexander leaves the Chiefs after a pair of impressive seasons. The 6-foot-2, 235-pound Alexander made the Pro Bowl as an alternate for his efforts on special teams in January, after a season in which he recorded 16 tackles and a forced fumble and logged 357 special teams snaps. The club also added Ukeme Eligwe in this spring's draft, and recently re-signed veteran Josh Mauga.

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