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  • Brady Henderson tweeted that the Hawks are signing OT Elijah Nkansah to the PS pending a physical and apparently Marcus Lucas is back as well.
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  • Seafan wrote:Brady Henderson tweeted that the Hawks are signing OT Elijah Nkansah to the PS pending a physical and apparently Marcus Lucas is back as well.


    Thanks Seafan, apparently the Nkansah signing is subject to a physical so he’s headed this way and it should final later today, I have Lucas noted already and will add Nkansah when the team announces the signing.

    EDIT: Forget it I will list him now along with DT- Frank Heron, both are being widely reported as added to the PS
    Until we develop a pass rush that will cause opposing teams to be forced to scheme to defend it we will never be able to consistently take the final step. The interior rush needs improvement. The OLine clearly still needs work.

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  • Thanks Jville, updated now.

    I wonder off they are waiting on Branden Jackson to clear waivers to add as the 10th PS guy.
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  • Initial Practice Squad announced .......
    QB Alex McGough

    WR Caleb Scott

    WR Keenan Reynolds

    CB Akeem King

    RB Lavon Coleman

    LB Antwione Williams

    DT Frank Herron

    G Jordan Roos

    T Elijah Nkansah

    TE Marcus Lucas


    Link >>> https://www.seahawks.com/news/seahawks-sign-10-to-practice-squad

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  • Thanks Jville your are very speedy at posting these roster changes, and it is greatly appreciated.

    So the PS is settled for likely not very long as I'd expect there to be some significant churning this season as JS likes to make more than 1 PS change/week and thus effectively increase the number of players on the PS.

    I'm sure not surprised at the McKissic move and was more surprised he wasn't IR'd right off the rattle.

    Updated now.
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  • I think the ominous league wide warning from all the transactions is that there is still a very real shortage of offensive tackles and edge rushers. Teams have to scheme to account for those talent limitations.



    I hope they don't come after our practice squad.

    UPDATE ....

    .................. there could be more to this unfolding story.
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  • interesting.

    It's possible he could be back.
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  • Not expecting K.J. for this game myself.
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  • If that is so, if he clears waivers he would be the Patriots player by reverting to their IR list as injured and unclaimed.

    Seattle could pick him up off waivers as an injured player for the PS and then put him on the PSIR here if they so wished.

    Complicated, but this would be a way of keeping his rights if the Hawks so wished to do so. He'd then have to reach an injury settlement with the team holding his rights to return or he could just settle with NE if he wished and be a FA.
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  • This is an interesting situation. Technically the player was injured as a Seahawks player and has been waived and claimed off waivers but was injured at the time so Seattle could be liable for the medical expense. If he was waived (but actually injured) he should revert to the Seahawks IR but I expect he will probably become a Patriot.
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  • jammerhawk wrote:This is an interesting situation. Technically the player was injured as a Seahawks player and has been waived and claimed off waivers but was injured at the time so Seattle could be liable for the medical expense. If he was waived (but actually injured) he should revert to the Seahawks IR but I expect he will probably become a Patriot.


    This delves into a gray area. Player and medical inputs and their combination are unique to each situation. Last year, Tyler Lockett began the year recovering from a leg injury that improved as the year progressed. This year, Doug Baldwin has elected to begin the year on a compromised knee. Was Amara Darboh really open to going on injured reserve with Seattle? Did a second opinion in Boston change his mind? Was Amara Darboh medical condition aggravated in New England? Was his move to New England just a clever agent ploy to extricate him from crowded receiver core in favor of a red shirt year with a needy receiver core?

    I think the big lesson from last year is that injury reports are of limited usefulness. There are always a combination of factors at work.
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  • So with the news that ET has returned and in fact practiced with the team today he needs to be added to the active roster from the RDNR status that allowed him not to be counted as part of the 53.

    I'm afraid I don't know the rules as far as this situation is concerned and how long the team has to get their numbers in order after he begins practicing. Does anyone know?

    For now I will list him as part of the active roster but the numbers are not right and there will need to be a corresponding cut or player released.
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  • ET is in exempt status which usually allows for two weeks to make active. The deadline to make a move is still Saturday at 1:00. Once he moves from exempt to active the team has to make another move.
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  • Thanks Jville, updating now.
    Until we develop a pass rush that will cause opposing teams to be forced to scheme to defend it we will never be able to consistently take the final step. The interior rush needs improvement. The OLine clearly still needs work.

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  • Updated.

    Thanks Jville, the churning continues. If Simeon Thomas clears waivers I can see the team adding him to the PS and I can see the team trying to re-sign Maxwell and Walden, at a point going forward.

    Earl Thomas is now able to be activated on Saturday without further rosterbation.

    I expect several roster moves next week for both the 53 and the PS depending upon the outcome of the Denver game.
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  • The following might be of interest .......

    Although I was an enthusiastic fan of Byron Maxwell, I suspect a younger Neiko Thorpe has already replaced him. Neiko is a primary backup on the outside as well as a primary backup on the inside behind Justin Coleman. And of course Neiko's special teams leadership is ...... special.
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  • I’ve been thinking that as well about Thorpe, and it will be a bit until either Maxwell or Walden are able to be added as FAs, but if the edge rush is weak there will be additional pressure on the #2 CB that will need to be addressed by adding experienced depth to the position and the stealth addition of Walden back to a situational pass rush could be a positive. From the very small sample we saw from him in the preseason he could be an unrealized talent as a situational pass rusher.

    If Thorpe does step up at RCB gaining significant PT on the outside his ST role may be reduced by necessity. A decision will then have to made as to his best use. For now he is unappreciated depth at CB and played well at times when asked to play on the edge.
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  • For sure there will be a roster move today as ET is activated from his exempt status. That move will mak the 200th roster move of this season. In terms of assessment and the churn, things are beginning to look like 2012 or prior in terms of a steady churn to access any possible potential roster improvement, incremental as it may seem.

    With enough cap JS has been pretty good at finding help at positions needing it. Some areas are harder than others as we all recognize.
    Until we develop a pass rush that will cause opposing teams to be forced to scheme to defend it we will never be able to consistently take the final step. The interior rush needs improvement. The OLine clearly still needs work.

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  • Roster Churn continues .......





    Seahawks placing starting CB Johnson (groin) on IR >>> http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000959155/article/seahawks-placing-starting-cb-johnson-groin-on-ir

    As a matter of speculation, there is now room for Simeon Thomas on the practice squad.

    And there is this .....................


    EDIT: .....................
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  • Jville wrote:Roster Churn continues .......





    Seahawks placing starting CB Johnson (groin) on IR >>> http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000959155/article/seahawks-placing-starting-cb-johnson-groin-on-ir

    As a matter of speculation, there is now room for Simeon Thomas on the practice squad.

    And there is this .....................


    EDIT: .....................



    So what were the other roster moves?
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  • ^^^ It was embedded in the last tweet as https://t.co/CEgu5JnHWj

    All the roster transactions were covered in the proceeding tweets you quoted.

    CB Dontae Johnson to injured reserve.
    CB Akeem King promoted to active roster from practice squad.
    FS Earl Thomas from did not report to active roster.
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  • Soon to be added to practice squad post week 1 ..........

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  • Jville wrote:^^^ It was embedded in the last tweet as https://t.co/CEgu5JnHWj

    All the roster transactions were covered in the proceeding tweets you quoted.

    CB Dontae Johnson to injured reserve.
    CB Akeem King promoted to active roster from practice squad.
    FS Earl Thomas from did not report to active roster.


    So King to the active roster for Johnson. But doesn’t someone need to be released to make room for ET?
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  • oldhawkfan wrote:
    Jville wrote:^^^ It was embedded in the last tweet as https://t.co/CEgu5JnHWj

    All the roster transactions were covered in the proceeding tweets you quoted.

    CB Dontae Johnson to injured reserve.
    CB Akeem King promoted to active roster from practice squad.
    FS Earl Thomas from did not report to active roster.


    So King to the active roster for Johnson. But doesn’t someone need to be released to make room for ET?


    Room was created earlier in the week with the waiver of CB Simeon Thomas.
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  • Thanks Jville, you're the bomb!

    Updated.
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  • I expect some roster moves tomorrow.
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  • It is being reported by Bob Condotta the Hawks have re-signed WR- Malik Turner to the PS.
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  • Bob Condotta reports by twitter:

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    Seattle has also re-signed CB Simeon Thomas to practice squad, along with WR Malik Turner. Seahawks released DT Frank Herron to make room on the PS (promotion of Reynolds created the other spot on the PS).
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  • WR Keenan Reynolds brought up from practice squad to regular roster.
    Safety Shalom Luani waived to make room for Reynolds.




    And as noted above ....
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  • Thanks Jville, updated.

    Had noted the Herron, Thomas and Turner moves already.

    I hope that 7th round pick we traded to Oakland was conditional pick as Luani didn't play a down here.

    I'd thought the team was going to keep Reynolds on the 53 at final cuts but that might have meant losing Moore who I think will be a special player in time.

    Still one more potential roster move as the PS is done one player. and the PS is heavily overweighted with offensive players.
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  • Shalom Luani to practice squad per .com roster.
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  • Thanks Seafan!

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  • It is being widely reported the Seahawks have signed OLB- Mychal Kendricks to a 1 year contract. This yet to be announced as it may require league approval.

    Kendrick’s plays WOLB which means there is a likelihood that KJ Wright may be delayed in his recovery or that his knee situation is more complicated than earlier believed. Kendricks is certainly an excellent player but comes with a cloud over him as a result of his recent guilty plea to an insider trading charge that is likely to net him a jail sentence. This certainly is an unusual signing for the team and one which may create a storm of negativity, but one which will improve the depth at LB. He could even play on Monday.

    The team will need to make a roster move and a player to be named will need to be released to fit Kendricks on the roster. I don’t see the player to be Griffin which means Grace is likely the player to be named. Time will tell.

    I will list Kendricks as signed for now and adjust the depth chart after it becomes clear who is released.
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  • Think this transaction is pending league approval.

    To me it appears to be a good addition and I suspect this player has been on the team's radar since college.
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  • Thanks Kitsap, we are updated.
    Until we develop a pass rush that will cause opposing teams to be forced to scheme to defend it we will never be able to consistently take the final step. The interior rush needs improvement. The OLine clearly still needs work.

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  • Apparently the team made a couple of PS moves as well

    As reported by http://www.rostermon.com

    Jermaine Grace LB 2018-09-14 Waived
    Lavon Coleman RB 2018-09-14 Waived
    Mychal Kendricks LB 2018-09-14 Signed
    Tre'Von Johnson LB 2018-09-14 Signed (PS)
    Jermaine Grace LB 2018-09-14 ACT → IR


    Here's a draft profile for Johnson:

    http://www.nfl.com/draft/2017/profiles/ ... id=2558844
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  • I suspected this would happen as the player's agent grieved the flat out waived circumstance and the Hawks will likely be eating the medical bills.

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  • Well since he may have known it was not the right thing to do, he could get a suspended sentence and a community service situation, these type of crimes are not going to put him in San Quentin but a lightly monitored work release type situation.
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  • I agree Martha Stewart didn’t plead guilty and was sentenced to 5 month jail and two years probation for the same offence. Stewart’s trades were more significant and there was no acknowledgment of wrongful conduct.
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