The Seahawks signed three players ahead of the first practice of training camp.
The Seahawks will take the field Wednesday to kick off 2022 training camp, and ahead of that practice they added three more players, signing guards Keenan Forbes and Eric Wilson and tight end Jake Hausmann.
Forbes, a rookie out of Florida A&M, was a two-time HBCU All-American and earned All-MEAC and All-SWAC honors with the Rattlers. A Miami native, Forbes began his college career at Iowa State before transferring to Coffeyville Community College, Washington State then Florida A&M.
Hausmann, who played at Ohio State, signed with Detroit as an undrafted rookie last season, then later spent time on the Giants' practice squad.
Wilson, a rookie out of Penn State, initially signed with New Orleans following the draft. Wilson started 12 games as a senior, and prior to joining Penn State, he appeared in 22 games over three seasons at Harvard.