Edawn Coughman has been signed to the Seahawks’ practice squad.
Coughman was with the team in training camp and released last week on the roster cut to 75 players. He brings versatility, because Coughman was signed in June as an offensive tackle but then also worked at defensive tackle before his release.
He played last season in the CFL with the Toronto Argonauts.
Coughman joins seven other players on the practice squad who were released on Friday’s roster cut to 53 players: linebacker Allen Bradford, guard Rishaw Johnson, wide receivers Jermaine Kearse and Ricardo Lockette, quarterback Josh Portis, safety DeShawn Shead and linebacker Korey Toomer.
Kearse, who played at the University of Washington, replaces tight end Sean McGrath, who was on the club’s original list of seven players who had been signed to the practice squad yesterday.