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Seahawks Add a Pair of Familiar Faces to Roster

The Seattle Seahawks have signed defensive end Chris Cooper and linebacker D.D. Lewis to one-year contracts, the team announced today.

Cooper, entering his seventh season, went to training camp with Seattle in 2006 but was released and picked up by Arizona where he spent the last two seasons. He has played in 78 career games with 12 starts and posted 135 tackles (101 solo) and 8.5 sacks.

Lewis started his career in Seattle in 2002 after making the team as an undrafted rookie free agent. He played five years for the Seahawks, starting 18 of 48 games, with 141 tackles (103 solo) and served a key role on special teams where he had 26 tackles and a blocked punt. He signed with Denver as an unrestricted free agent on April 26, 2007 but was released on October 16 after playing in five games for the Broncos.

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