The first training camp practices for 29 of the 32 NFL teams are scheduled to take place exactly four weeks from today, however, the Seattle Seahawks are wasting no time in making moves in advance of the start of camp. Specifically, on Wednesday the team moved on from one of the members of the undrafted free agent class which many fans had believed would not only make the roster this season, but thrive in the team’s new offensive system.
That however, has turned out to not be the case.
Seahawks made one roster move today, waiving WR Tamorrion Terry of Florida State. Had signed as an undrafted free agent. That leaves an opening on the 90-man roster.— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) June 30, 2021
Tamorrion Terry battled injuries during the 2020 season and was not able to replicate the 60 catches for 1,188 yards and 9 touchdowns he posted as a sophomore at Florida State in 2019. In addition to reporting on Terry’s release from the Seahawks, Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times went on to add that the waiving was not made with an injury designation.
The reason behind why the Seahawks made this move has now become clear.