With Jordan Simmons now on injured reserve and D.J. Fluker still battling a hamstring injury, the Seattle Seahawks were low on bodies along the interior of the offensive line.
To help that problem, they brought back a familiar name, signing guard/center Marcus Henry to the practice squad. Henry, a UDFA in 2016, signed with the Seahawks in the middle of training camp in 2018, and spent the remainder of the preseason with the team.
Following Henry’s release during roster cuts, he spent the first month of the season being signed to, and released from, Seattle’s practice squad. Since his release in late September, he’s been out of the NFL.
Henry joins Jordan Roos as interior players on the Seahawks’ practice squad. Should Fluker be unable to play in Week 16, presumably one of Henry or Roos would be called up to the 53 in order to backup Ethan Pocic.
To make room for Henry on the practice squad, Seattle released Damore’ea Stringfellow. Similar to Henry, Stringfellow was with the Seahawks throughout camp before his release.