We never received a release from the team, but here’s the official practice squad list according to the team’s reporter, Clare Farnsworth.
Fifth-round draft choice linebacker Korey Toomer, receiver Ricardo Lockette, quarterback Josh Portis, linebacker Allen Bradford, tight end
John Sean McGrath, safety DeShawn Shead and offensive lineman Rishaw Johnson all were part of the team’s 90-man roster for training camp.
Seattle still has one spot open on the practice squad.
Dan Pompei writing for the National Football Post writes that Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson keeps a diary of every practice on an excel spreadsheet. Pompei also writes that there are not as many good offensive linemen as in years past.
Peter Schrager of Fox Sports explains why young quarterbacks don’t need caddies anymore.
Doug Farrar of Yahoo Sports writes that fit in the offense was not the reason Seattle released Kellen Winslow.
Anwar Richardson of MLive.com reports that the Detroit Lions are adding Kris Durham to the team’s practice squad.
Pete Prisco of CBS Sports lists Russell Okung, Earl Thomas and Richard Sherman as part of his all-NFC West Division team.
Don Banks of Sports Illustrated predicts that Seattle will compete with San Francisco for an NFC West crown, settling for a Wild Card slot.