The Seattle Seahawks modified their practice squad Thursday, signing two new players while releasing two others.
The Seahawks added linebacker Allen Bradford and offensive lineman Michael Person to the practice squad while they released linebacker Korey Toomer and offensive lineman Rishaw Johnson. Bradford was with Seattle during training camp and was released during the team's final roster cuts. Bradford was added to the practice squad following final cuts, but was released prior to the Seahawks' Week 1 game.
Person spent training camp with the San Francisco 49ers before being released. Person, who was a seventh-round pick in 2011, was claimed by the Indianapolis Colts on waivers but was later released. He spent last season with the 49ers, bud did not appear in any games.
The Seahawks selected Toomer in the fifth round, but he was released during the final round of cuts. Johnson initially signed with Seattle as an undrafted free agent and was also released during the final round of cuts.
Check out more Seahawks coverage at Field Gulls or head over to Blogging The Boys for more on the Dallas Cowboys.