Seahawks continue churning roster

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Roster moves have been coming fast and furious during Seahawks training camp this year and some players have found themselves on and off the team multiple times as a result.

One of those players is center Marcus Henry. Henry was waived by the Seahawks on August 3, but the team announced on Sunday that Henry has signed a new deal in order to return to the team. He originally signed with the team along with four other players following a tryout at rookie minicamp.

Linebacker Jason Hall was one of the players waived to make room for those new arrivals in May, but he is also back with the team. Hall and cornerback Elijah Battle rounded out the list of three signings announced by the team on Sunday.

Tight end Je’Ron Hamm, linebacker Warren Long and fullback Jalston Fowler were waived to make room. It’s the second time Hamm has been cut since the start of camp. He was dropped on August 2, returned on August 6 and could be back again if the Seahawks continue churning their roster at the same rate.

10 responses to “Seahawks continue churning roster

  1. Damn this team got bad in a hurry. Prob won’t be a contender again for awhile. Hate to see that

  2. NFC West is going to be exciting to watch this season.

    Not so sure Seattle fans will be excited come the end of the season.

    Looking forward to see how much magic Wilson has left.

    If they miss the playoffs again. I think Pete’s time is come to an end.

    It will show that the great Seahawks team was a player driven team and not a coach driven team.

    And no greater point to that was watching Belicheck watch 40 seconds rip off the clock and calling a time out because he saw Pete and crew being unorganized and panicked.

  3. straighcashhomey says:
    August 12, 2018 at 2:29 pm
    Damn this team got bad in a hurry. Prob won’t be a contender again for awhile. Hate to see that
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    Seahawks will make the playoffs. After that is anybody’s guess.

  4. omeimontis says:
    August 12, 2018 at 2:31 pm
    Seattle has so little talent that when they waive someone, no other team will bother putting in a claim.
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    More hate messages from posters that have zero idea.

  5. dukeearl says:
    August 12, 2018 at 4:14 pm
    omeimontis says:
    August 12, 2018 at 2:31 pm
    Seattle has so little talent that when they waive someone, no other team will bother putting in a claim.
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    More hate messages from posters that have zero idea.
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    Everyone has an idea but you dude.

  6. It’s the same thing Coach Carroll did right before the Seahawks went to the Super Bowl. Around 240 player transactions… good way to evaluate the talent on the roster by taking a hard look at everyone possible.

  7. all these ridiculous haters..how pathetic that they are so blinded, probably because at several points over the last 7 years the Hawks destroyed their team, made them look weak, disorganized, over matched and lame. Oh well, now with the new blood we are just going to do it again. The Hawks will make the playoffs and then it’s anybody’s guess, but if we get home field advantage again, its the superbowl. Go Hawks, prove these limp confused lame asses wrong!

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