Seattle Seahawks Sign Strong Safety Keenan Lambert, Running Back Cameron Marshall

The Seahawks made a pair of roster moves before the fifth practice of training camp.

The Seahawks made a pair of roster moves Thursday before the team's fifth practice of training camp, waiving long snapper Drew Ferris and placing defensive end Chris Clemons on the reserve/retired list and signing strong safety Keenan Lambert and running back Cameron Marshall in their place.

The two additions have been with Seattle before, with Lambert, the half brother of strong safety Kam Chancellor, signing with the Seahawks last May as an undrafted rookie free agent following the NFL Draft. Lambert took part in the team's training camp last summer, but was waived on Seattle's cutdown to 53 players before the start of the regular season and went on to play in five games for the Oakland Raiders. Marshall, meanwhile, signed with the Seahawks this past February and was waived in May. His most recent football came with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the Canadian Football League.

Ferris' departure leaves the Seahawks with one long snapper on their roster in Nolan Frese, who was signed in June. Clemons being placed on the reserve/retired list was expected, with head coach Pete Carroll announcing this past Saturday that the veteran defensive end informed the team of his retirement plan before the start of training camp.

Take a player-by-player look at the Seahawks' 2016 Training Camp Roster.

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