Among those signed on Sunday were safety Jamar Adams, cornerback Marquis Floyd, defensive tackle Kevin Brown, wide receiver Michael Bumpus, tight end Joe Newton, offensive guard Pat Murray and offensive tackle Kyle Williams.
Seattle still has one spot remaining on its practice squad.
Here's a quick look at the players signed today.
Jamar Adams – Adams was Michigan's leading tackler in 2007, playing in 47 games and making 34 starts for the Wolverines. Adams wasn't selected in the 2008 NFL Draft and Seattle signed him on April 27, 2008. Adams was a second-team All Big-Ten selection in 2007.
Marquis Floyd – Floyd is a 28-year old cornerback from West Georgia whom the Seahawks signed during training camp. Floyd has spent the past few years in the Arena Football League and the af2 league.
Kevin Brown – Brown is an undrafted rookie free agent from UCLA. Seattle originally signed Brown on May 5, but he was released in late July to make room for the Seahawks to sign draft choices. Seattle re-signed Brown on the same day Chris Gray announced his retirement.
Michael Bumpus – Bumpus is an undrafted rookie free agent from Washington State, and is also Washington State's all-time leader in receptions (195) and punt return yards (801). Seattle signed Bumpus on April 27, 2008.
Pat Murray – Murray entered the NFL with the Green Bay Packers, who signed him as an undrafted free agent from Division II Truman State. Seattle signed Murray as a free agent on January 9, 2008.
Joe Newton – Newton is a 6-7 tight end from Oregon State who spent 2007 on the Seahawks' practice squad.
Kyle Williams – Originally signed by the Seahawks on June 1, 2007, Williams spent 2007 on the Seahawks' practice squad. Williams played in 49 games during his career at USC, including 13 starts at right tackle during his season season.
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