SEATTLE — The Seahawks announced their 10 practice squad signings Monday, and the list includes seventh-round pick quarterback Alex McGough and former Washington running back Lavon Coleman.
Seattle initially signed wide receivers Keenan Reynolds and Caleb Scott, cornerback Akeem King, and guard Jordan Roos to the practice squad Sunday. Monday’s list included six others: tight end Marcus Lucas, running back Lavon Coleman, linebacker Antwione Williams, defensive tackle Frank Herron and offensive tackle Elijah Nkansah.
Reynolds, 23, originally signed with the Seahawks in May. The former Navy quarterback had an impressive training camp filling in for Doug Baldwin (knee) in the slot and was listed as a potential sleeper to make the roster by 710 ESPN Seattle’s John Clayton.
Roos, 25, first joined the Seahawks in April 2017 as an undrafted rookie free agent and was ultimately signed to the 53-man roster. He made his first appearance in Week 10.
King, 26, was a 2015 seventh-round pick by the Atlanta Falcons who signed with Seattle in September 2017 and remained as a member of their practice squad.
Scott, 22, signed with Seattle as an undrafted rookie free agent in May.
Lucas, 26, signed with the Panthers as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2014. This isn’t his first stint in Seattle — the Missouri alum was on the Seahawks’ practice squad during the 2016 season. He was most recently with the Detroit Lions.
Coleman, 23, signed with the Texans as an undrafted rookie free agent in May. However, most local fans are more familiar with his college career with the Huskies. In four years at Washington, Coleman racked up 2,252 combined rushing/receiving yards and 15 touchdowns.
Williams, 25, was a fifth-round pick by the Lions in 2016. He appeared in 14 games and recorded 12 tackles in his rookie season. He spent the 2017 season with the Vikings’ practice squad.
Herron, 24, is an undrafted rookie out of LSU who spent this preseason with the Patriots. Nkansah, 23, is also an undrafted rookie. He spent the preseason with the Titans.