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Seahawks Sign Wide Receiver B.J. Daniels To Practice Squad, Release Linebacker Tyrell Adams

Wide receiver B.J. Daniels returns to the Seahawks as a member of the practice squad.

Seahawks players like B.J. Daniels, Ricardo Lockette, and Chris Matthews are embracing the use of hands-free scooters at team headquarters.

B.J. Daniels was waived from the 53-man roster this past Tuesday to make room for fourth-year running back Bryce Brown, but on Thursday the Seahawks made a move to bring the wide receiver back to their 10-man practice squad, releasing linebacker Tyrell Adams.

Daniels, who made the switch from quarterback to wideout this past offseason, started the year on the active roster. He's appeared in four games this season, catching one pass for 12 yards while also contributing on special teams.

Adams, a rookie out of West Georgia, was signed to Seattle's roster this past May after participating in the team's rookie minicamp on a tryout basis. He was waived on the Seahawks' roster cutdown to 53 players and re-signed to the practice squad earlier this month.


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