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August 4, 2014 at 11:21 AM

Seahawks re-sign Andru Pulu, waive LB Brandon Denmark and WR Ronald Johnson

The Seahawks have made a couple of roster moves this morning, re-signing free agent defensive tackle Andru Pulu, a Federal Way native who was with the team during OTAs mini-camp and then waived afterward, while waiving free agent LB Brandon Denmark and WR Ronald Johnson.

Denmark and Johnson had each been signed since the start of camp.

The moves leave the Seattle roster at 89 for the moment, with another addition coming soon.

Pulu originally signed immediately after the draft as an undrafted free agent, getting a $15,000 bonus, tied for the most it gave any UDFA this year along with DE Jackson Jeffcoat.

The team has also officially announced the move it made Saturday when it claimed OL Cory Brandon off waivers from Arizona.

Pulu began his college career at UW before being dismissed following an assault charge and transferring to Eastern Washington.

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