The Seahawks have waived-injured rookie strong safety Dion Bailey. The former USC Trojan sustained a badly sprained ankle in Saturday’s scrimmage.
Seattle filled his roster spot by signing defensive back Trey Wolfe. The rookie free agent from Division-II Fort Valley State was in camp this spring for a tryout. Wolfe spent seven years making three college stops.
He wore No. 1 during his first practice for Seattle — and immediately had Percy Harvin catch a pass in front of him on one of his first plays.