You can never have too many tight ends, can you?
The Seattle Seahawks have four of them on the active roster right now, and they’ll have a familiar face returning to the practice squad. ESPN’s Brady Henderson reports that the team intends to re-sign Luke Willson, who was let go by the Seahawks in November.
This is indeed happening. I'm told the Seahawks plan to sign TE Luke Willson to their practice squad. https://t.co/hU5V3AWfCM— Brady Henderson (@BradyHenderson) December 30, 2020
Seattle released DeMarkus Acy and Myles Adams from the practice squad on Tuesday, leaving two spots open. They’ve also brought in LB Ray-Ray Armstrong back for a visit, so he may occupy that other vacancy.
Willson signed with the Baltimore Ravens after he was cut, appearing in three games and catching one pass for 12 yards against the Dallas Cowboys. His playing time has been limited both in Seattle and Baltimore, and obviously he won’t be getting snaps with the Seahawks barring multiple injuries to Messrs Will Dissly, Greg Olsen, Jacob Hollister, and Colby Parkinson.
On the plus side, if he does get signed and clears COVID protocols then Techno Thursdays are back on just in time for the playoffs!