The Seahawks signed 10 players to their practice squad ahead of Monday's practice, a mix of players who were in camp with Seattle and of players who spent the preseason elsewhere.
Notable among the list is quarterback Alex McGough, a seventh-round pick who will be able to stick around and develop behind Russell Wilson and Brett Hundley. Also staying with the Seahawks after being waived Saturday are cornerback Akeem King, guard Jordan Roos and receivers Keenan Reynolds and Caleb Scott.
Tight end Marcus Lucas returns to the Seahawks, having previously been on Seattle's practice squad in 2016. Lucas also spent 2017 training camp with the Seahawks before being waived.
Also signed were former University of Washington running back Lavon Coleman, linebacker Antwione Williams, defensive tackle Frank Herron and offensive tackle Elijah Nkansah.
Herron, who played at LSU, Nkansah, who played at Toledo, and Coleman all went undrafted in 2018. Coleman had been with the Houston Texans during the preseason, while Herron spent the preseason in New England and Nkansah was in Tennessee. Williams, 25, was a fifth-round pick in 2016 and appeared in 14 games as a rookie, starting three. He spent last season on Minnesota's practice squad, and was waived by the Vikings on Friday.
QB Alex McGough
WR Caleb Scott
WR Keenan Reynolds
CB Akeem King
RB Lavon Coleman
LB Antwione Williams
DT Frank Herron
G Jordan Roos
T Elijah Nkansah
TE Marcus Lucas
Take a look at the Seattle Seahawks initial 53-man roster in photos heading into the 2018 regular season.