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2020 Seattle Seahawks roster cuts tracker

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The NFL season is off to a very unconventional start this season amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

There haven't been any preseason games. NFL training camps have been fan-less, and reporters have been shut out from seeing the what's what about their respective teams.

With that brings a lot of uncertainty as to who is in and who is out as it relates to the final 53-man roster. 

There was already one cut day, which occurred on Aug. 16, trimming rosters down to 80 players. The NFL's will make another purge Saturday at 1pm PT, eliminating 900 players across the league. 

Here's a list of reported roster cuts, moves and trades ahead of the 53-man roster deadline. 

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Seahawks wide receiver David Moore has restructured his one-year deal to remain in Seattle. 

The Seahawks are parting ways with rookie tight end Stephen Sullivan, per Brady Henderson of ESPN. 

Henderson also reports that the Seahawks are waiving wide receiver Cody Thompson and DT P.J. Johnson

According to Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic, the Seahawks are waiving safety Ryan Neal

Quarterback Danny Etling has also been released, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. Etling is practice squad candidate. 

Linebacker Shaquem Griffin, twin brother of 2019 Pro Bowler Shaquill Griffin, is also headed to waivers, as Michael Shawn-Dugar of The Athletic reported. 

 

Undrafted rookie tight end Tyler Mabry has also been waived, per The Athletic.

NFL Draft Scout’s Rob Rang reports none of the Seahawks 2020 UDFA class have made the roster.

ESPN's Brady Henderson reports UDFA safety Chris Miller has been waived. 

Wide receiver Lance Lenoir will also be in search of a new NFL home, unless he is signed to Seattle's practice squad. 

Wide receiver Penny Hart, who played on Seattle's practice squad last year, has been waived, per The Athletic. 

The Seahawks also waived wide receiver Jayson Stanley, per Michael-Shawn Dugar. Stanley also played at cornerback in camp. 

Tom Pelissero reports Washington State standout Anthony Gordon has also been waived. He is said to be a possible practice squad candidate.

After the Seahawks reunited with their 2014 second-round pick in late August, Paul Richardson is looking for a new NFL home, per Pelissero.

Fullback Nick Bellore is expected to make the initial 53-man roster, per Ben Arthur of the Seattle PI. 

Former Washington wide receiver Aaron Fuller has been waived, per The Athletic. He's a practice squad candidate. 

Practice squads are expanding to 16 players this year, so keep an eye out for that next.