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Seahawks Sign Running Back Zac Brooks, Offensive Lineman Robert Myers To Practice Squad

The Seahawks brought back seventh-round pick Zac Brooks, signing him to their practice squad Tuesday.

The Seahawks made changes to their practice squad, signing running back Zac Brooks and guard Robert Myers, and releasing receiver Antwan Goodley. The Seahawks had one open spot on the practice squad having promoted Terrence Magee to the 53-man roster on Saturday.

The Seahawks selected Brooks in the seventh round of this year's draft. He rushed for 17 yards on six carries in the preseason and was released prior to the start of the season. Brooks' return provides practice depth at running back at a time when Thomas Rawls is expected to miss a few weeks with a leg injury and C.J. Prosise is still working his way back from a hand injury.

Myers, a fifth-round pick out of Tennessee State last year, spent time last season with Baltimore and Indianapolis on their practice squads before signing to Denver's active roster late in the year.

Goodley, who went undrafted out of Baylor in 2015, spent part of last season on Seattle's practice squad and was with the team during training camp and the preseason.

The Seahawks improved to 2-1 on the season with a dominating 37-18 victory over the NFC West rival San Francisco 49ers, and team photographer Rod Mar was there to capture exclusive moments from Seattle's Week 3 matchup at CenturyLink Field.

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