Bryan Mone

NFL Practice Squad Updates: 11/5/19

Today’s practice squad moves:

Atlanta Falcons

Buffalo Bills

  • Signed: OL Brandon Hitner

Baltimore Ravens

  • Signed: DE Michael Onuoha

Cincinnati Bengals

Kansas City Chiefs

Los Angeles Chargers

  • Signed: DB Tevaughn Campbell

Seattle Seahawks

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • Signed: DE Quinton Bell

Tennessee Titans

  • Signed: WR Rashard Davis

NFL Practice Squad Updates: 10/30/19

The latest NFL practice squad moves:

Buffalo Bills

Houston Texans

Jacksonville Jaguars

Kansas City Chiefs

New England Patriots

New York Jets

  • Signed: OL Leo Koloamatangi

New Orleans Saints

New York Giants

  • Cut: LB Jake Carlock

Philadelphia Eagles

Seattle Seahawks

Minor NFL Transactions: 9/26/19

Today’s minor moves:

Chicago Bears

Detroit Lions

Miami Dolphins

Seattle Seahawks

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 to 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 The Seahawks submitted a notice Jennings would be waived but rescinded it, per the Seattle Times’ Bob Condotta (on Twitter).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.

Seahawks Sign 12 UDFAs

The busiest day of 2019 to date for undrafted free agent agreements, Friday also doubled as the Seahawks’ unveiling date for their post-draft rookie contingent. Here is Seattle’s list:

When combined with the Seahawks’ draft class, Ferguson and Wright represent the fourth and fifth rookie wideouts added to the roster. D.K. Metcalf obviously arrives as the highest-profile target, but Seattle also used a fourth-round pick on Wake Forest’s Gary Jennings. Wright averaged 16.7 yards per catch last season, hauling in five touchdowns with the 2018 Boilermakers. Ferguson put up better stats at the Division I-FCS level, becoming the Southland Conferece’s offensive player of the year after a 1,117-yard, 13-touchdown season.

The Seahawks did not use any of their 11 draft choices on cornerbacks, nor did they sign any this offseason. That may increase the Big 12-produced corners’ chances of making the team. However, seven corners already reside on Seattle’s roster.

While Choice was not Clemson’s lead back last season, he was the national champions’ second-leading rusher with 548 yards. En route to seven rushing touchdowns, Choice averaged 7.1 yards per carry. Christion finished as the Jackrabbits’ all-time leader in all notable passing categories. He ran a 4.47-second 40-yard dash at South Dakota State’s pro day and may have a decent chance to make the Seahawks’ roster. Paxton Lynch represents Seattle’s only backup quarterback option, and Chad Kelly quickly beat him out for the Broncos’ QB2 job last year.