Seattle Seahawks Reportedly Sign DB Danny Gorrer

It would appear from Danny Gorrer's twitter that he has been signed by the Seattle Seahawks. Either that, or he is taking an odd detour on his sightseeing trip of Seattle as he tweeted a photo of the Seahawks practice facility in Renton, Washington.

The Ravens cut the third year cornerback on Labor Day to make room on the roster after signing veteran safety James Ihedigbo. The Seahawks are Gorrer's third NFL team in three seasons. He was signed as an undrafted free-agent by the New Orleans Saints and claimed off of waivers by the Rams. He started one game and recorded five tackles before getting cut.

The Saints reclaimed Gorrer during the 2010 offseason only to cut him months later. He signed with the Ravens practiced squad and eventually worked his way onto the active roster, where he played 11 games and racked up five tackles in his limited time on the field.

It is unclear what the terms of his agreement with the Seahawks are.

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