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No Seahawks players claimed off waivers

Despite fans fretting that their training camp crush could be claimed off waivers by another team, every Seahawk who was waived cleared waivers.

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Tuesday the Seattle Seahawks, along with the other 31 NFL teams, pared their roster down to 53 players in preparation for the regular season, and on Wednesday will begin building the practice squad for the 2023 season. In between those, however, comes the waiver period, when the rest of the league has the ability to put in a claim on the players waived by the Seahawks.

The players Seattle waived between Sunday and Tuesday in order to take the roster from 90 players down to 53 were:

  • Joey Blount (waived/injured)
  • Vi Jones (waived/injured)
  • Jonathan Sutherland (waived/injured)
  • Holton Ahlers
  • Levi Bell
  • Lance Boykin
  • Greg Eiland
  • Matthew Gotel
  • John Hall
  • Cade Johnson
  • Matt Landers
  • Tyler Mabry
  • Patrick O’Connell
  • Ty Okada
  • Roderick Perry
  • Kendall Randolph
  • Jacob Sykes
  • SaRodorick Thompson
  • Easop Winston
  • Christian Young
  • Arquon Bush
  • Griffin Hebert
  • Tyjon Lindsey
  • Jalen McKenzie
  • Liam Ryan
  • Sal Cannella
  • Jordan Ferguson
  • Malik Flowers
  • Benjie Franklin
  • Justin Marshall
  • Chris Steele
  • Wayne Taulapapa

Now, after a night of worrying and complaining about these players potentially being poached from Seattle off waivers, the deadline for claims has passed.

So, of the 32 players waived by the Seahawks since Sunday, none of them had claims put in by other teams, and all will be eligible to sign with the Seattle practice squad.