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Seahawks cut roster down to 53 players

Seahawks begin three-day mini-camp at the VMAC in Renton

RENTON–

The Seahawks announced the decision to keep defensive end Chris Clemons on the active roster and have reached the NFL-mandated 53-man roster limit with the following transactions today.

 

Waived

WR Phil Bates

DT Michael Brooks

DT Dewayne Cherrington

WR Arceto Clark

TE Darren Fells

DB Winston Guy

WR Chris Harper

TE Cooper Helfet

DT Jaye Howard

G Rishaw Johnson

TE Sean McGrath

DB Ron Parker

LB Ty Powell

G Ryan Seymour

DB DeShawn Shead

DT Sealver Siliga

G Jared Smith

WR Bryan Walters

 

Terminated Veteran Contract

DT Clinton McDonald

FB Michael Robinson

QB Brady Quinn

CB Antoine Winfield

 

The Seattle Seahawks have also traded an undisclosed future draft choice to the Jacksonville Jaguars in exchange for defensive tackle D’Anthony Smith, pending physical examinations, the club announced today.

Smith was originally drafted in the third round (74th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft by the Jaguars out of Louisiana Tech. After spending both the 2010 and 2011 seasons on injured reserve, Smith saw his first action in 2012, playing in eight games and recording 10 tackles (six solo) before being placed on injured reserve (head) on November 28.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 Comment

  • Xuven

    The Seahahks started with a strong group of players…. I won't be suprised to see some of these guys get picked up.. So we may get to see them again…., but for another team, but I wish them luck……. GO SEAHAWKS!!!

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