Seahawks Sign QB Holton Ahlers To Practice Squad, Release S Teez Tabor

The Seahawks brought back Holton Ahlers, signing the rookie quarterback to their practice squad.

Seahawks quarterback Holton Ahlers fires a pass in the fourth quarter.

The Seahawks signed quarterback Holton Ahlers to the practice squad on Thursday, bringing back the undrafted rookie out of East Carolina who first signed with the team in May following the draft.

Safety Teez Tabor was released to make room on the practice squad.

Ahlers rewrote the East Carolina record books in his five seasons there, throwing for 13,933 yards and 97 touchdowns while also rushing for 1,446 yards and 25 scores.

Ahlers threw for 159 yards and a touchdown with one interception in three preseason games, and was waived prior to the start of the season. He also spent time on the practice squad before being released last month.

Tabor, a former second-round pick who previously spent time with the Seahawks last year, signed to the practice squad ahead of Seattle's Week 3 game, and was subsequently elevated from the practice squad for that week's game against Carolina, playing 12 snaps on defense and three on special teams.

Here is the roster for the 2023 Seahawks.

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