Damarious Randall was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 on Wednesday, one day after right tackle Brandon Shell was activated from the same list, meaning the Seahawks no longer have anyone on the COVID-19 list after those two were placed on it on Saturday due to close-contact situations.
Randall, who signed with the Seahawks earlier this season, has appeared in 10 games, primarily on special teams, but had missed two games prior to going on the COVID-19 list last weekend.
The Seahawks also made an addition to their practice squad, signing former University of Washington cornerback Jordan Miller.
Miller, a fifth-round pick of the Atlanta Falcons in 2019, appeared in 10 games as a rookie, then played in one game this season before being placed on injured reserve, then later released. Miller was a two-year starer at Washington, recording four interceptions, 15 passes defensed and 49 tackles in 19 games over his final two seasons.
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