Coby Bryant, who has been sidelined by a toe injury for the past two months, has been cleared to return to practice.
Bryant, Seattle's nickel corner as a rookie, played in that spot in the first two games of the season before a toe injury caused him to go on injured reserve. Bryant can now practice for up to 21 days without being added to the 53-man roster, at which point he either has to be put on the roster or stay on injured reserve for the season.
Additionally, tackle Jake Curhan was signed to the practice squad after clearing waivers. Curhan was waived on Saturday to make room on the 53-man roster for Jason Peters.
Bryant's return will give the Seahawks additional versatility, depth and playmaking ability in the secondary. As a rookie, Bryant had 70 tackles, 2.0 sacks, four tackles for loss, four passes defensed, and he tied for the team lead with four forced fumbles. In training camp and the preseason this year, Bryant also saw action at safety, adding more versatility to his game.
The Seahawks made the trip to L.A. for their Week 11 matchup with the Rams at SoFi Stadium.