Seahawks bring back DT Clinton McDonald

September, 14, 2013
9/14/13
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The Seattle Seahawks have re-signed defensive tackle Clinton McDonald and released offensive tackle Mike Person, the team announced Saturday.

McDonald (6-foot-2, 295 pounds) was among the final roster cuts by the Seahawks two weeks ago. He was first acquired by Seattle in a 2011 trade with the Cincinnati Bengals. McDonald played in 29 games for Seattle, including one start, in the previous two seasons.

Person (6-4, 300) was a backup offensive tackle, but worked as the team’s third tight end in the season opener. However, Seattle signed veteran tight end Kellen Davis earlier this week.

Terry Blount

ESPN Seattle Seahawks reporter

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