The Seahawks meet the deadline for the cut to 53. But they go one further and slice down to 52, presumably to make room for cornerback Sidney Jones.
SEATTLE — The Seahawks met the deadline for cutting the roster down to 53, deciding to go further and slice it down to 52, presumably to make room for cornerback Sidney Jones.
Seattle reportedly acquired Jones on Tuesday for a sixth-round pick in 2022, but has yet to officially announce the trade.
The Hawks kept one undrafted rookie free agent, offensive tackle Jake Curhan. Plus, quarterback Sean Mannion makes the team, meaning Seattle is keeping
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