When the Seahawks return from their bye next week, they'll have cornerback Tre Brown back on the roster and preparing to make his 2022 debut.
Brown, who returned to practice three weeks ago, was activated from the physically unable to perform list on Tuesday. The Seahawks had an open roster spot after placing Cullen Gillaspia on injured reserve Saturday, so no corresponding move was needed to add Brown to the roster.
Additionally, receiver Kevin Kassis was released from the practice squad.
Brown, a 2021 fourth-round pick, missed the start of his rookie season due to a knee injury, but after returning from that injury, he eventually took over the starting job at left cornerback for three games before suffering a season-ending knee injury.
Brown will add depth and competition at a position that has gotten strong play out of starters Tariq Woolen and Mike Jackson, as well as nickel corner Coby Bryant.
"He's done really well," Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said of Brown Monday. "He's healthy, he's ready to go."
It was an all-day party at the Seahawks Haus, AKA Augustiner Stammhaus, on November 12, 2022. The day featured games, prizes, visits from Seahawks GM John Schneider and team president Chuck Arnold, plenty of bier, music, and more. Visit Seahawks.com/Germany for more events taking place in Munich throughout the weekend.