NFL Roster Cut Day Update: S Jordan Babineaux Will Re-Sign With The Seattle Seahawks

It's NFL cut week, which means the Seattle Seahawks will cut their roster to 53 players by Saturday. Check back here for the latest updates throughout the week. For everything Seahawks, head over to SB Nation's Field Gulls. For the latest Seattle sports news, opinion and analysis, follow SB Nation Seattle on Twitter.

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Jordan Babineaux Will Re-Sign With The Seahawks After Being Released Over The Weekend

The Seattle Seahawks surprisingly released safety Jordan Babineaux when paring the roster down to the 53-man limit, but several sources are reporting that Babineaux - like Julius Jones before him - will be sticking with the Seahawks.

Jordan Babineaux will re-sign with Hawks.less than a minute ago via txt

 

The NFL Network's Jason La Canfora later corroborated this report.

Babineaux started all 16 games for the Seahawks last season, registering 75 tackles, two interceptions and a sack.

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Seahawks' Julius Jones Takes Paycut, Avoids Being Released

Yesterday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that Julius Jones would be a late casualty of roster cuts, with a move coming as soon as today. In the wake of that report, Jones restructured his contract and took a pay cut, saving his job with the Seahawks.

Schefter confirmed today that Jones will indeed be on the final 53-man roster because of his willingness to take less money.

Seahawks RB Julius Jones saved his job by taking a paycut. The plan, which multiple people confirmed, was to cut him. Paycut saved job.less than a minute ago via ÜberTwitter

 

It's clear the Seahawks are looking to get money off the books after releasing T.J. Houshmandzadeh and eating more than $6 million because of it. Luckily for Jones, he's still employed, albeit at a much lower salary.

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Seahawks Release Mansfield Wrotto, Kevin Ellison And Steve Vallos

In addition to the waiver additions we covered earlier, the Seahawks announced Mansfield Wrotto, Kevin Ellison and Steve Vallos were all released this morning, presumably to make room for Tracy Andrews and the players claimed off waivers throughout the day.

Released S Ellison, C Vallos, G/T Wrotto. Claimed G Dietrich-Smith and DB Ness off waivers. Trade for Andrews now complete.less than a minute ago via HootSuite

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Report: Seattle Cuts Owen Schmitt

The Seattle Times' Danny O'Neil is reporting the Seahawks have cut fullback Owen Schmitt.

Confirmed: #Seahawks have released Owen Schmitt.less than a minute ago via web

 

Nobody is safe at the VMAC. Expect more moves throughout the day as waiver claims are awarded.

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Report: Seahawks Cut Julius Jones, Jordan Babineaux

Adam Schefter is reporting the Seahawks have cut running back Julius Jones and defensive back Jordan Babineaux

Seattle with more surprises: Seahawks cut RB Julius Jones and DB Jordan Babineaux.less than a minute ago via ÜberTwitter

 

So, the Seahawks continue making late moves today. Carroll and Schneider are showing no sign of slowing the roster churning as we head toward the season.

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NFL Roster Cuts: Seattle Seahawks Roster Cuts

Vasilii over at SB Nation’s FieldGulls.com has assembled the full list of Seattle Seahawks that did not make the final 53 man roster.

The list was compiled using Twitter updates posted by Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times.

Waived: S Jamar Adams, CB Marcus Brown, C Jeff Byers, G Mitch Erickson, CB Cord Parks, LB Joe Pawelek, T Jacob Phillips, DT Quinn Pitcock, RB Louis Rankin, DE Rob Rose, T Joe Toledo, TE Nick Tow-Arnett.

Cuts: DT Amon Gordon, LB Tyjuan Hagler, WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh, WR Brandon Jones, QB J.P. Losman, WR Ruvell Martin, DE James Wyche.

Injury settlements: DE Nick Reed, DT Jonathan Lewis.

IR: Ray Willis.

IR/Suspended: LeRoy Hill.

For everything Seattle Seahawks, head over to SB Nation’s FieldGulls.com.

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Mortensen: Seahawks Awaiting Trade Approval For OL Stacy Andrews

The Seahawks are still waiting to announce the final 53-man roster, pending approval of the trade with Philadelphia for OL Stacy Adams. Chris Mortensen reports the trade came in at the deadline and the Seahawks are still awaiting word from the NFL about whether it will be approved.

Seahawks & Eagles waiting to see if trade of OL Stacey Andrews beat the roster deadline....may have to jump thru some hoops.less than a minute ago via TweetDeck

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Schefter: Seahawks Send 2011 Late-Round Draft Pick To Philadelphia For Stacy Andrews

ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting the Seahawks sent a 2011 late-round draft pick to the Eagles for OL Stacy Andrews.

Seahawks traded a late-round 2011 draft pick to Philadelphia for OL Stacy Andrews.less than a minute ago via web

 

So maybe that's where the draft pick we acquired for Josh Wilson is going. We'll have more as it develops.

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Report: Seahawks Acquire Philadelphia OL Stacy Andrews

Seattle Times writer Danny O'Neil is reporting the Seahawks have acquired Philadelphia offensive lineman Stacy Andrews via a trade just before the roster deadline.

#Seahawks' acquisition of Stacy Andrews was via trade.less than a minute ago via web


No word on what the Hawks sent to the Eagles. We'll have more as it develops.

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Clayton: Houshmandzadeh Move Likely Means Julius Jones Will Be Cut

Seahawks running back Julius Jones may be cut in order to save money after the Seahawks trade or release receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh. On the 710 ESPN's Kevin Calabro Show, John Clayton reported that the Seahawks will need to free up money somehow, and Jones is a likely to be cut because of it.

John Clayton says that paying $7 million dollars for no Housh, means the Seahawks will try to move some money, and will cut Julius Jonesless than a minute ago via web

 

So the Seahawks roster purge continues as we head towards Saturday's 53-man roster deadline. At this point, it feels like none of the Seahawks are safe from the Carrol and Schneider rampage.

For more on the Seahawks, check out SB Nation's Field Gulls.

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NFL Roster Cuts: Seahawks Make Roster Moves, Now At 75 Players

The Seahawks are finished with their first round of cuts, making five roster moves to get down to the required 75 player limit.

Greg Johns has the scoop.

Guard Gregg Peat, wide receiver Kole Heckendorf and kicker Clint Stitser have been cut, along with former CFL defensive end Ricky Foley.

The first round of roster moves is minor, with players that had no chance of making the final roster being waived in the preliminary cuts. The Seahawks will continue to trim the roster before Saturday’s final roster deadline.

For more on the Seahawks, check out SB Nation’s Field Gulls.

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