Seattle’s hopes of potentially bringing back John Lotulelei to the practice squad were dashed today when he was claimed by — you guessed it —- Jacksonville.
Brian McIntyre has news of the pickup below, noting that the Jags cut another former Seahawk — Kyle Knox — to make room for Lotulelei.
Lotulelei was cut Wednesday when the Seahawks signed quarterback B.J. Daniels, who had been waived by the 49ers the day before.
Lotulelei played in two games for the Seahawks, making the squad as an undrafted free agent out of UNLV. Seattle gave him a $25,000 signing bonus, reportedly the largest awarded to any UDFA.
Lotulelei becomes the fourth player waived by Seattle this year to then get signed by Jacksonville, which is now coached by former Seahawk defensive coordinator Gus Bradley (the others were Knox, Will Blackmon and Winston Guy).
— Brian McIntyre (@brian_mcintyre) October 3, 2013