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July 26, 2014 at 10:04 AM

Seahawks waive one, add two, put Lynch on reserve/did not report list

The Seahawks just announced they have waived/injured defensive tackle Dewayne Cherrington and signed linebacker Brandon Denmark and safety Steven Terrell.

Seattle was able to sign two players while waiving just one because they have placed Marshawn Lynch on the reserve/did not report list. He has roster exempt status so he can be added once he reports.

But for today, Seattle has 90 players on its active roster and one of them is not Lynch, who is continuing his holdout as Seattle begins the second day of its training camp.

The 5-foot-10, 197-pound Terrell played at Texas A&M, while the 6-3, 244-pound Denmark played at Florida A&M. Terrell signed with the Houston Texans after the NFL Draft in May, but was waived later that month. Denmark signed with the Green Bay Packers after attending their rookie minicamp on a tryout basis, but was later released.

Here’s the NFL.com draft profile of Denmark. And here is a bio of Terrell.

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