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Seahawks Make Practice Squad Roster Moves

The Seahawks return defensive end Julius Warmsley and welcome tight end Harold Spears to their 10-man practice squad.

The Seahawks made changes to their practice squad Tuesday, signing tight end Harold Spears and defensive end Julius Warmsley. Defensive tackle Robert Thomas was released from the practice squad, and tight end RaShaun Allen was also released from the practice squad last week.

Warmsley, who went undrafted out of Tulane in 2014, spent time on Seattle's practice squad last season, and was in camp with the Seahawks this year before being released during September roster cuts.

Spears, who is listed at 6-foot-4, 251 pounds, initially signed with Pittsburgh as an undrafted free agent out of New Hampshire, and has also spent time with Green Bay and New Orleans this season.

Allen, who appeared in one game for Seattle last season, was with the Seahawks in camp, then signed to the practice squad after being released. Thomas was signed to Seattle's practice squad on September 7.

After a bye week of rest, the Seahawks hit the IPF as a team on "Bonus Monday" to begin preparation for their return to CenturyLink Field this Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals. 

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