Seahawks Make Quarterback Move & Sign Ex-Titans $3.6 Million Vet
The Seahawks made roster moves before their season opener against the Rams. Seahawks signed quarterback Holton Ahlers.
Ahlers, an undrafted free agent, was not included in Seattle's final roster. Ahlers joined Seattle's practice squad after clearing waivers.
The Seahawks released Ahlers again, creating an opening. Ahlers rejoins the practice squad before the season opener.
Seattle signed safety Brady Breeze and promoted guard Ben Brown to the 53-man roster.
Breeze, an Oregon standout, was drafted by the Titans in the sixth round of the 2021 NFL draft.
The safety signed a four-year, $3.6 million rookie deal with Tennessee but had injuries in his first NFL season.
Breeze is back in the Pacific Northwest after being recognized for his outstanding special teams' play and defensive performance in the 2020 Rose Bowl.
Ahlers may become Seattle's third quarterback if there are no delays. He could be added to the active roster on game day.
Seattle re-signed Ahlers instead of choosing other available quarterbacks. Seattle coach Pete Carroll praised Ahlers' preseason performance.
Seahawks GM hints at more roster changes before season opener. Schneider finds it challenging to balance building the roster and selecting active players this season.
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