For the second time this season, the Seahawks have signed wideout Bryan Walters from their practice squad to their active roster.
The Thursday signing of Walters, a fourth-year pro from Cornell, puts the Seahawks at the 53-player roster limit.
The 26-year-old Walters appeared in two games in October and one game in November for Seattle, playing a total of 19 offensive snaps and three special-teams snaps. The Seahawks waived Walters on November 9, then re-signed him to their practice squad on November 13.
Walters has played in seven NFL regular-season games. He attended high school in Kirkland, Washington.