The Seattle Seahawks added more big men to an injured offensive line.
On Thursday, Seattle signed offensive tackles Wyatt Miller and Andrew Jones to the practice squad.
Miller was an undrafted free agent out of Central Florida in 2019, spent some time with the Jets, Bengals, and Cowboys as a rookie. He was promoted to the Cowboys' active roster late last season but never appeared in a game.
Jones is an undrafted rookie out of Florida Tech, he still has yet to see NFL action as of late.
Another possible big move for the Seahawks is the possible signing of Alex Boone to the practice squad. He first needs to complete his Covid-19 testing, as those results come back negative before the Seahawks make any time to move on him.
Boone has spent much of his career with the San Francisco 49ers before a stint with the Vikings and the Cardinals.
He has been out of the league for two years but has expressed interest in making his way back to the league.
If Boone does sign with the Seahawks, then someone will have to be let fo from the practice squad to make room for the veteran.