The Seahawks and 49ers aren’t scheduled to play again this season, but that doesn’t mean they can’t continue their habit of signing players with experience on their NFC West rivals.
The latest players to jump sides are guard Ryan Seymour and wide receiver Devon Wylie. The 49ers announced that they have signed Seymour off of the Seahawks’ practice squad and that they have added Wylie to their practice squad. The receiver spent a few days on Seattle’s practice squad last week.
Seymour will take the spot of defensive lineman Tank Carradine on the 53-man roster. Carradine was a second-round pick in April and started the season on the non-football injury list because of a torn ACL suffered while he was at Florida State. He was activated from the NFI list in late October, but was never active for a game and his rookie year will go down as a redshirt season.
Seymour was a seventh-round pick, but didn’t make the Seahawks this summer and signed to the practice squad in September.