Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider addressed reporters here at the VMAC this afternoon on the roster moves they made today.
Carroll began by stating this is one of the busiest times of the year in terms of roster movement with teams around the league working to upgrade the talent on their rosters as they trim down to the final 53 players.
“This is the most difficult weekend in the year for everybody involved,” Schneider said. “For the coaches, for the players – all of these guys – and for the personnel staffs to have to go through the evaluations and address players that have worked their tails off the whole season.”
With Wilson gone, the Seahawks have a extra roster spot, and used that to sign defensive end James Wyche. At 6-foot-5, 279 pounds, Wyche appears to be a 5-tech guy for Seattle.