Comings and goings: Seahawks since Super Bowl

March, 31, 2009
3/31/09
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Posted by ESPN.com's Mike Sando

A quick look at 53-man rosters from Feb. 1, date of Super Bowl XLIII, provides a reference point for seeing how NFC West teams have changed so far this offseason.

I'll conclude with Seattle.

Gone from the Seahawks' 53-man roster and injured reserve list in the 58 days since the Super Bowl (12):

Offense

Charlie Frye, QB
Koren Robinson, WR
Maurice Morris, RB
Leonard Weaver, FB
Steve McKinney, C
Floyd Womack, OL
Bobby Engram, WR
Will Heller, TE

Defense

Howard Green, DT
Julian Peterson, LB
Rocky Bernard, DT

Special teams

Jeff Robinson, LS

 
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New to the Seahawks' roster in the 58 days since the Super Bowl (12):

Offense

John Tereshinski, TE

Mike Hass, WR

John Owens, TE

Michael Bumpus, WR

Billy McMullen, WR

T.J. Houshmandzadeh, WR

Joe Newton, TE

Defense

Colin Cole, DT

Cory Redding, DE

Marquis Floyd, CB

Kevin Brown, DT

Special teams
Ryan Senser, LS

The Seahawks have also welcomed back 12 players from injured reserve (Sean Locklear, Walter Jones, Mike Wahle, Chris Spencer, Patrick Kerney, Logan Payne, Rob Sims, Nate Burleson, Ben Obomanu, Tyler Schmitt, William Robinson and DeMichael Dizer).

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