-The Glove- wrote:I was upset with us letting go McGrath...wasn't Davis supposed to be pretty good coming out?
dukestar wrote:Bradford off to make room according to PC presser
Tical21 wrote:McGrath, depite his Sparq rating, was not an NFL level player.
WE ALL WE GOT, WE ALL WE NEED!!!!!!!!!!!
Pandion Haliaetus wrote:What's funny to me is for all the flack Morgan has gotten from this fan base, he's still here.
Pete Carroll confirmed that the Seattle Seahawks have signed tight end Kellen Davis. In order to bring Davis on the roster, the Seahawks released linebacker Allen Bradford.
Davis will wear No. 87.
The Seahawks also brought back defensive end Ty Powell and offensive lineman Ryan Seymour to the practice squad, and let go of offensive lineman Jared Smith and defensive tackle Michael Brooks.
Read more here: http://blog.thenewstribune.com/seahawks ... more-18497#storylink=cpy
Pandion Haliaetus wrote:Tical21 wrote:McGrath, depite his Sparq rating, was not an NFL level player.
I like how you continue to take petty shots at me but its funny how McGrath is currently on a NFL roster and was claimed by the first team that could. So its possible he could of landed on the 30 other teams.
On Kellen Davis: I wouldn't sleep on Davis, he's basically, at best 2012 Anthony McCoy without considerable upside. I would grade Davis out to be a slightly better blocker than McCoy. Davis is bigger, and started a lot of games for the Bears in that capacity more so than he was used as a pass-catcher.
He should be a servicable player.
It sucks about Bradford but oh well. Person is probably being kept because of Cable. And they probably like Lotulelei's upside better or something.
What's funny to me is for all the flack Morgan has gotten from this fan base, he's still here.
New Window link to source >>> http://blog.seattlepi.com/football/2013/09/11/report-seahawks-sign-te-kellen-davis-after-tuesday-workouts/The Seahawks have reportedly signed a new tight end, Kellen Davis, after trying out nine players on Tuesday.
The Seahawks on Tuesday also tried out wide receiver Isaiah Stanback, the former Washington Huskies standout, according to the NFP. Citing an anonymous league source, the NFP’s Aaron Wilson reported that Seattle also auditioned defensive end Hall Davis, linebacker Justin Cole, defensive back Akeem Auguste, defensive tackle Frank Okam and wide receiver Ronald Johnson.