Today’s only minor moves:
- Signed to active roster: T Jason Peters
- Retired: C Daniel Munyer
The Seahawks signed Peters to their practice squad early on in the year after seeing starting right tackle Abraham Lucas head to injured reserve. The team opted to start Stone Forsythe in Lucas’ place, but eventually, Forsythe started dealing with some issues of his own, missing parts of the Seahawks’ last three games. Peters had been a standard gameday elevation for the last three weeks. In order for him to be called into game action any more this year, a move to the active roster was necessary. The post by Peters’ representation claims that he’ll be on the active roster for the remainder of the season, but there’s still a chance that after this week, Seattle could waive Peters and re-signed him to a new practice squad deal that would allow him to be called up three more times. With all players hitting the waiver wire after the trade deadline, though, they would have to count on no other teams making a claim on him for him to return.
Munyer announced his retirement in an Instagram post this evening. Having most recently played for the Titans, the former undrafted free agent out of Colorado started one game in his career (for the Cardinals) while making an appearance in 21 total contests over his time in Tennesse, Arizona, and Kansas City. A reason for his departure from the league was not proffered, as he solely stated in the caption of the photo that he is “on to the next chapter.” From all of us here at Pro Football Rumors, good luck to Munyer on all his future endeavors.