Here is the full practice squad roster as of September 4, but this list will change many times over the next few months.
- Marcus Lucas, TE
- Robert Myers, G
- Jordan Tripp, LB
- Tylor Harris, DE
- Kasen Williams, WR
- Kache Palacio, LB
- Kenny Lawler, WR
- Will Pericak, OL
- Rodney Smith, WR
- Lucas joins the fray as a tight end who has jumped around a bit since being an undrafted free agent in 2014. Strangely enough, Lucas was most recently a tight end for the Panthers, much like current Seahawks backup TE Brandon Williams.
- “Snacks” Myers was a fifth round pick only a year ago and still has some upside as an offensive lineman, you’d think. Most practice squad players will never become NFL regulars, but it’s fun to recognize that Seattle did turn Breno Giacomini into a regular right tackle after he spent some time on practice squads.
- Tripp played at Montana, a 6’4, 236 lb linebacker who was a fifth rounder by the Dolphins in 2014. He played most of his college career alongside Brock Coyle.
- Harris participated in the Seattle rookie mini-camp, trying out after going undrafted out of Wake Forest. Despite missing the final two regular season games, he was still voted to the all-ACC second team.
- Kasen Williams will return to the Seahawks practice squad for the second straight season. Williams did spend some time with Seattle in 2015, appearing in two games and catching one pass.
- Former Washington State Cougar Kache Palacio found his way onto the practice squad. Our friends over at Coug Center had a nice piece on Palacio’s professional journey thus far.
Stick with Field Gulls for more on the new members of the practice squad.