RENTON, Wash. (AP) — The decision by the Seattle Seahawks to sign former Saints All-Pro guard Jahri Evans is not a sign the Seahawks are ready to go through another training camp with changes on the offensive line.

At least, not yet.

"I feel great. I still feel like I'm a top guard in the league, if not the best," Evans said. "It is what it is. I'm going out there to work hard and show it on the field."

Evans went through his first practice with the Seahawks on Sunday, although he was limited just to position drills as Seattle had a mock game later in the afternoon practice. His workload will ramp up over the next few days as the Seahawks prepare for their preseason opener on Saturday in Kansas City.