The Seattle Seahawks did some practice squad shuffling this afternoon. With a recent injury to Zach Charbonnet, the team appears to be looking to add some depth at the position. According to Bob Condotta, the Seahawks brought back a familiar face this afternoon.
Seahawks today re-signed running back Bryant Koback to the practice squad and released WR Cody White. Koback adds depth at the RB spot with Zach Charbonnet having missed Sunday's game with a hamstring injury.— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) October 24, 2023
They also brought back OL Ben Brown after he cleared waivers on Monday.
SaRodorick Thompson Jr got called up from the practice squad last week since Charbonnet was out with a hamstring injury. Pete Carroll said that Kenny McIntosh is “good to go,” so he could have a chance to slot in as the third option behind Kenneth Walker III and Deejay Dallas if the team activates him from IR. Carroll also said that Zach Charbonnet could have a chance to get back by this weekend, so his practice status is worth monitoring.
In a corresponding move, the team waived receiver Cody White to make room for Koback.
John Boyle had the following to say on the Seattle Seahawks official team website:
He [Koback] is the second player added to the practice squad this week along with guard Ben Brown, who was signed Monday after clearing waivers following his release from the 53-man roster.
To make room for Koback, receiver Cody White, who was signed to the practice squad last week, was released.
Koback, who most recently was on Philadelphia’s practice squad, rushed for 32 yards on six carries and had 43 receiving yards on three catches this preseason, all in Seattle’s opener against Minnesota.