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May 20, 2013 at 11:45 AM

Seahawks sign Fells and Michael, release Steiner

With their first Organized Team Activity of the 2013 off-season about to begin, the Seahawks announced a couple of roster moves this morning.

Specifically, the team announced it has signed tight end Darren Fells and running back Christine Michael to multi-year contracts and released long snapper Adam Steiner.

Michael was Seattle’s second-round draft choice (62nd overall) in April’s NFL Draft and becomes the ninth of Seattle’s 11 draft picks to sign. Cornerback Tharold Simon (fifth-round) and tackle Michael Bowie (seventh-round) remain unsigned.Fells was signed by Seattle on March 6 but released on May 8. He then participated in the team’s rookie mini-camp and was re-signed. Steiner was claimed off waivers (Oakland) on May 14.

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