Joe Nicholson-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire
The Seahawks continued to shuffle their practice squad, making two more moves on Thursday.
As they have done all season, the Seattle Seahawks shuffled their practice squad on Thursday, making two more moves. Seattle added offensive lineman Rishaw Johnson and running back Lonyae Miller to the practice squad while releasing linebacker Korey Toomer and tight end Sean McGrath.
#Seahawks add RB Lonyae Miller and bring back OG Rishaw Johnson to PS. TE Sean McGrath released, LB Korey Toomer PS/injured to make room.— Eric Williams (@eric_d_williams) September 27, 2012
It's the third time Johnson has been added to the practice squad. He made the initial practice squad following the final roster cuts, but was released 11 days later. He was signed again and released again before re-joining the practice squad on Thursday.
Miller will be making his first appearance on Seattle's practice squad. He's previously spent time with the Dallas Cowboys and Oakland Raiders, both on the practice squad and briefly on Dallas's active roster. The Seahawks often use their practice squad to mirror upcoming opponents.