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Seahawks sign offensive guard C.J. Davis, wide receiver David Gilreath
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The Seahawks flushed out their 90-man roster prior to their first training camp practice of 2014 on Friday by signing offensive guard C.J. Davis and wide receiver David Gilreath.
Davis played in seven games with the Carolina Panthers in 2010 and seven with the Denver Broncos in 2012. He fills the roster spot that opened when offensive lineman Jared Smith - selected by Seattle in the seventh round of the 2013 NFL Draft - was waived/injured on Thursday.
Gilreath has played for seven NFL teams the past three seasons, with his last stop being with the Oakland Raiders. He fills the roster spot that opened when wide receiver Sidney Rice announced his retirement on Wednesday. Read