With their season ending last weekend, the Seahawks signed nine players to future contracts, all of whom finished the year on Seattle's practice squad.
Signed this week were cornerback Jeremy Boykins, linebacker Justin Currie, safety Marwin Evans, center Marcus Henry, receiver Keenan Reynolds, guard Jordan Roos, receiver Caleb Scott, tight end Tyrone Swoopes and defensive back Simeon Thomas.
Of that group, Reynolds and Swoopes are the only two to have appeared in regular season games for the Seahawks this year. Reynolds was called up off the practice squad twice during the season and appeared in two games. Swoopes appeared in one game, Seattle's Week 6 win in Oakland, and caught one pass for 23 yards, a play that set up a Seahawks touchdown. Evans, who previously played in Green Bay, appeared in 32 games in 2016 and 2017, starting one.
The only member of the practice squad not signed was quarterback Alex McGough, a 2018 seventh-round pick who spent his rookie season on the practice squad.
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