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Seahawks promote Charly Martin to active roster

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The Seattle Seahawks promoted wide receiver Charly Martin from the practice squad to the active roster to take the place of safety Winston Guy.

Guy was suspended four games on Tuesday for violating the league’s performance-enhancing drug policy.

Martin spent the first nine weeks on the active roster for Seattle before being released to make way for the activation of cornerback Walter Thurmond off the physically unable to perform list. He was then signed to the practice squad upon clearing waivers.

For the season, Martin has played in four games for Seattle and recorded four catches for 42 yards and a tackle on special teams.

Seattle also signed wide receiver Corbin Louks to the practice squad to replace Martin.

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1 Response to “Seahawks promote Charly Martin to active roster”
  1. themackstrong says: Nov 22, 2012 12:21 AM

    Why? Seahawks have seen what he can do and its not that much. So many other young guys that looked like they had potential. Deon Butler comes to mind as someone who could contribute.

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