Seattle Seahawks Roster
All the roster comings and going for the Seattle Seahawks from SB Nation's Field Gulls.
The Seahawks signed a former second-round pick to the practice squad.
With Geno Smith hurting and Jerrick Reed’s season finished, the Hawks made a trio of roster moves ahead of the Thanksgiving matchup against the 49ers.
Bryant now has a 21-day window to practice while remaining on IR, while Curhan stays in the fold as a member of the practice squad.
Peters is now out of practice squad elevations.
Seattle’s seventh-round picks from 2022 and 2023 are available to play against the Commanders.
Brett Rypien returns to his home state.
For the second straight week the Seahawks have elevated offensive lineman Jason Peters, who could see time at either guard or tackle. Or both.
We now know whose spot on the 53-man roster is gone after the trade for Leonard Williams.
All the moves around the league in one place.
John Trader Schneider has made yet another big move to push Seattle over the edge defensively.
Joey Hunt was released to make room for Dee.
Losing Uchenna Nwosu hurts, and there isn’t a simple solution.
Rookie running back Kenny McIntosh could look to make his debut soon!
The Seahawks are looking to add depth at running back as players recover from injury.
Evan Brown has been the healthiest Seahawks offensive lineman this season, but with Brown questionable against the Cardinals the Seahawks promoted Hunt to the active roster.
Thompson has played in all five Seahawks games so far, and had one more practice squad elevation left, but the team opted to promote him to the active roster
Bryant will now be out through at least Week 9.
A 3-1 record at the bye week isn’t that unexpected but no one would’ve guessed that Seattle would get there while relying on a slew of backups.
After moving to the practice squad last week, Thompson will again be on the active roster for the Seahawks.
The Seahawks had an open spot on the practice squad after promoting Jon Rhattigan to the active roster, but that spot has reportedly been filled
Rhattigan’s promotion leaves a spot open on the practice squad.
The Seahawks only have four wide receivers on the depth chart.
With both starting safeties battling injuries, it is no surprise Seattle added depth at the position ahead of facing Carolina.
The 2022 fifth-round pick will be staying in Seattle.
DK Metcalf, Riq Woolen, and Will Dissly were among the DNPs for the Seahawks.
It was reported Tuesday the Seahawks would be promoting Burns to the active roster and the question became what the corresponding move would be.
After Will Dissly, Noah Fant and Colby Parkinson combined for a good game against the Lions, the Seahawks are adding another tight end.