Seahawks Retain WR Gary Jennings, Cut DL Bryan Mone

It turns out the Seahawks haven’t given up on rookie fourth-round pick Gary Jennings. The wideout was in Seattle’s locker room Thursday, with Field Yates of ESPN.com noting (via Twitter) the team will instead waive defensive lineman Bryan Mone┬áto make room for safety Adrian Colbert‘s promotion.

A Wednesday report indicated Jennings was the player set for the waiver wire to make room for Colbert, a former 49ers starting safety. For the time being, the Seahawks will keep their three-rookie-wideout setup going. The Seahawks submitted a notice Jennings would be waived but rescinded it, per the Seattle Times’ Bob Condotta (on Twitter).

Seattle drafted D.K. Metcalf, Jennings and John Ursua this year. Only Metcalf has made a catch as a rookie, but he and Ursua — a seventh-rounder out of Hawaii — have played in games. Jennings has yet to be active. The West Virginia product missed time during Seattle’s offseason program with a hamstring injury and had a quiet training camp.

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