Seahawks trim roster to 75

The Seahawks announce seven more roster moves, getting their roster down to 75 before today’s deadline. The list did not include any surprises, and all moves were injury related, meaning nobody was an outright cut.

Waived/injured: DT Michael Brooks, WR David Gilreath, LB Horace Miller.

Placed on injured reserve: LB Heath Farwell, CB A.J. Jefferson, G C.J. Davis.

Placed on reserve/non-football injury: CB Eric Pinkins.

The most notable name on that list is Farwell, Seattle’s special teams captain last season. Pete Carroll announced yesterday that the linebacker likely needed groin surgery following an injury suffered against Chicago Friday. Jefferson injured his ankle after intercepting a pass in Seattle’s preseason opener, while Davis hurt his calf in the same game.

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