The Seahawks have had two open spots on the practice squad since placing Stephen Sullivan and Bo Scarbrough on injured reserve, but on Wednesday, the team filled those vacant places.
Defensive tackle Myles Adams and wide receiver Darvin Kidsy were added to Seattle’s practice squad, the team announced.
Adams, a UDFA this year out of Rice, was signed by the Panthers following the draft and stuck with the team throughout training camp, however, he was waived during their cut from 80 to 53. He’ll join fellow UDFA Cedrick Lattimore as defensive tackles on the practice squad, with Jarran Reed, Poona Ford, and Damon Harrison on the 53.
A third year wideout, Kidsy is the fourth wide receiver on the Seahawks’ practice squad, joining Aaron Fuller, Cody Thompson, and John Ursua. Kidsy appeared in five games with Washington over 2018 and ‘19, but has been a free agent since his release ahead of this season.