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May 28, 2013 at 12:03 PM

Seahawks waive/injured TE McCoy, sign free agent OT Bscherer

In advance of the team returning to the field for another OTA this morning, the Seahawks announce they have waived/injured tight end Anthony McCoy and signed tackle Jake Bscherer.

The team said Friday that McCoy would be out up to nine months after suffering an Achilles tendon injury last week.

(Here’s one good explanation of the waived/injured process, and here’s another — the upshot is that there’s a good chance McCoy remains with the Seahawks, assuming he is not claimed).

Bscherer spent three years at Wisconsin before transferring to Minnesota-Duluth for his senior season, when he was named to the All-NSIC team in his only season with the Bulldogs. He took part in Seattle’s rookie minicamp on a tryout basis from May 10-12.

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