The Seattle Seahawks are adding more weapons to the offensive side of the ball.
Former Dallas Cowboys receiver Lance Lenoir is expected to join with the Seahawks, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Lenoir, 25, was one of several players to work out for the Seahawks on Thursday.
Lenoir signed with the Cowboys after going undrafted in 2017 and played five special teams snaps in his only game of the year.
He contributed on special teams across eight games for the Cowboys in 2018, he then spent the entire 2019 campaign on Dallas' injured reserve list due to a knee issue, and the team waived him back in April before selecting CeeDee Lamb in the first round.
He has seen eight career snaps on offense and 111 on special teams.
If the Seahawks do indeed sign Lenoir and he passes all requisite tests, he'll be positioned to compete for a similar reserve role.
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