A day after placing Will Dissly on injured reserve, the Seahawks added tight end depth by signing Jacob Hollister to the practice squad, bringing back a player who spent two seasons in Seattle from 2019-2020.
Hollister, who began his career as an undrafted free agent with the Patriots, appeared in 28 games for the Seahawks over two seasons, starting eight. Hollister had a career best 41 catches for 349 yards and three scores in 2019, then added 25 catches for 209 yards and three touchdowns in 2020.
Hollister spent the 2021 season in Jacksonville, starting nine games and appearing in 14, and has played in five games this season with the Vikings and Raiders before being released by Las Vegas last week.
The addition of Hollister gives the Seahawks two tight ends on the practice squad in him and Tyler Mabry, as well as two on the 53-man roster in Noah Fant and Colby Parkinson.
Take a look at photos of Seahawks broadcaster Pete Gross through the years. Gross spent 17 years as the "Voice of the Seahawks," and was inducted into the Seahawks Ring Of Honor on November 30, 1992, just days before passing away from cancer.