Following the retirement of Sidney Rice and a handful of roster moves earlier on Thursday, the Seattle Seahawks had two open roster spots ahead of the start of training camp on Friday morning.
The Seahawks have apparently found the two players that will fill those vacancies prior to camp getting underway.
According to his agent, Neil Schwartz, the Seahawks have agreed to terms with guard C.J. Davis. In addition, the team has signed receiver David Gilreath to a one-year deal, per Mike Garafolo of FOXSports.com.
Davis appeared in seven games for the Carolina Panthers in 2010, and seven games for the Denver Broncos in 2012.
Gilreath has been an NFL vagabond during his previous three seasons. He has played for seven teams – the Oakland Raiders being the most recent pit stop. The Seahawks will be his eighth team.
Gilreath appeared in three games for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2012 with one carry for seven yards.
The additions will get the Seahawks to their roster limit of 90 players.