On Friday, Adam Caplan of ESPN, citing a source, reported Evans "had a good visit" with the Seattle Seahawks.
After the Saints selected him in the fourth round of the 2006 draft, Evans was a consistent contributor on the team's offensive line.
In his decade in New Orleans, he missed just seven games, five of which came last season, when he needed arthroscopic knee surgery after Week 2.
"He was, for quite some time, one of the better guards in the NFL," Underhill wrote. "And with the way Drew Brees likes to climb the pocket, it was a necessity to have a player of Evans’ caliber keeping things clean for the quarterback."
He earned a trip to six Pro Bowls, was a four-time first-team All-Pro and helped New Orleans win Super Bowl XLIV.
Stats courtesy of Pro-Football-Reference.com.