Wednesday’s flurry of roster moves by the Seahawks—Bruce Irvin, Marquise Blair, and Phillip Dorsett to injured reserve and Anthony Rush, Linden Stephens, and Kyle Fuller to the active roster—left the team with a pair of vacant spots on their practice squad. On Thursday, one of the two spots was filled by wide receiver Lance Lenoir, the team announced.
Lenoir, who signed with Seattle during training camp, was a part of the original 16-man practice squad constructed after roster cuts. Last Thursday, Lenoir was released in order to make room for Demarcus Christmas but now, the former Cowboys wide receiver is back with the Seahawks. The addition of a wide receiver was made necessary after Dorsett was placed on I.R., as Seattle’s offseason signing has been dealing with a sore foot since August.
Lenoir, who played eight games for Dallas between the 2018 and ‘19 seasons, joins Cody Thompson, John Ursua, and Aaron Fuller as wideouts on the team’s practice squad.