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September 24, 2013 at 2:39 PM

Seahawks make practice squad moves, waive DT D’Anthony Smith

The Seahawks have made a couple of roster moves over the last day, including waiving DT D’Anthony Smith off the active roster.

Smith was acquired by Seattle on Aug. 31 in a trade with Jacksonville and played in the first two games, credited with five tackles overall, four in the win over the 49ers. He was inactive last week against the Jaguars. The trade was for an undisclosed draft pick, and that trade might now be nullified.

Seattle has also waived DE Adewale Ojomo off the practice squad, and re-signed DT Sealver Siliga and WR Bryan Walters to the practice squad. Each had been released in the last week as part of Seattle’s seemingly constant moving of parts on its eight-man practice squad.

The cutting of Smith leaves Seattle with an open spot on the active roster, so expect more roster shuffling to come.

UPDATE — The waiving of Smith now does indeed appear to cancel the trade with the Jaguars and mean Seattle will keep its pick:

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