The Seattle Seahawks had two open spots on the practice squad since Stephen Sullivan and Bob Scarbrough were placed on the injured reserve list back in November.
On Wednesday, the team actually filled in those two vacant spots.
Seattle has added wide receiver Darvin Kidsy and defensive tackle Myles Adam, the team announced.
Adams was a UDFA out of Rice this year. He signed to the Panthers following the draft and stayed with the team through training camp before being waived during the 80 to 53-man roster cut.
Adams will join another UDFA Cedrick Lattimore in Seattle as the other defensive tackle on the practice squad.
Kidsy, a third-year wide receiver, will be the fourth receiver on the Seahawks’ practice squad. He will join the likes of Aaron Fuller, Cody Thompson, and John Ursua.
Before joining Seattle, Kidsy appeared in five games with the Washington Football team in the 2018-19 season.
Since then, he has been a free agent until joining Seattle.
With the addition of Kidsy on the roster, does this mean that receiver Josh Gordon is more than likely to not be returning to the team?
The Seahawks did resign Gordon to a 1-year deal back in September to keep him on the roster.
However, no one really knows for sure when Gordon will be back. The team continues to wait for his suspension to be over for violating the league’s substance-abuse policy.
Only time will tell if Gordon will make his return to Seattle, but with another receiver added tp the team, it might be a long shot for a talented receiver at this point.