Seahawks sign two more from rookie minicamp
The Seahawks have signed linebacker Tyrell Adams and fullback Brandon Cottom, who both participated in Seattle’s rookie minicamp on a tryout basis over the weekend.
Those moves were listed on Tuesday’s NFL transaction report. The team also waived guard Nate Isles and terminated guard C.J. Davis’ contract, making those two subtractions in order to be in compliance with the 90-man offseason roster limit.
On Monday, Seattle signed guard Kona Schwenke and defensive end Julius Warmsley. They, too, took part in the rookie minicamp as tryout players.
There’s no word yet on former Washington wide receiver Kasen Williams, another tryout player who had a strong showing at rookie minicamp. Coach Pete Carroll indicated afterward that the Seahawks would try to sign him.