The Seahawks filled their two open roster spots ahead of their preseason finale, signing defensive end Logan Tago and tackle Will Holden.
Tago, an undrafted rookie out of Washington State, took part in Seattle's rookie minicamp as a tryout player. As a senior, the 6-foot-3, 242-pound Tago led the Cougars with 10.5 tackles for loss and had 29 tackles and three sacks, earning All-Pac-12 Conference second team honors.
Holden, a 2017 fifth-round pick out of Vanderbilt by the Arizona Cardinals, appeared in four games last season, starting one game at right tackle and one at left tackle. He appeared in seven games, starting five, as a rookie. The 6-foot-7, 313-pound Holden has also spent time with the Colts, Saints and Dolphins, though all of his regular-season appearances have come with Arizona.
Holden provides depth at a position that has been hit hard by injuries of late with Seattle's top backups, Jamarco Jones and George Fant, both missing time due to injuries.
Seahawks defensive tackle Poona Ford was crowned champion of the 2019 'Ellis Island Invitational' on Wednesday, August 28, claiming victory over receiver Malik Turner in the annual bracket that welcomes "all comers" on Seattle's roster to an almost-daily basketball shootout competition held inside the team's meeting room at Renton's Virginia Mason Athletic Center.