With the Seahawks dealing with multiple injuries at cornerback, they added depth to that position group on Wednesday, signing Jameson Houston.
Guard Keenan Forbes was waived to make room on the 90-man roster.
Houston, who went undrafted out of Baylor in 2020, has spent time with the Browns, Panthers, Eagles and Jaguars over the past two years, appearing in three games for the Eagles as a rookie. Most recently he was a member of the Michigan Panthers of the USFL.
Houston adds needed depth at corner heading into the preseason opener, as the Seahawks are currently without Artie Burns, who left Tuesday's practice with a groin injury, Sidney Jones IV, who suffered a concussion last week, and John Reid, who has a groin injury.
Forbes, an undrafted rookie out of Florida A&M, signed with the Seahawks last month just before the start of training camp.