The Seattle Seahawks have cut their losses with Amara Darboh, waiving the former 2017 third-round pick priod to Monday's practice. The team announced the transaction on Tuesday morning in what was a series of roster moves.
Darboh was never able to establish himself in Seatle, catching just eight passes for 71 yards in 16 career games. The Seahawks waived him in 2018, but he returned shortly after and was placed on Injured Reserve after failing a physical with the New England Patriots. He's been dealing with a knee injury of late, but he'd already been buried on the depth chart by Seattle's rookie wideouts. The Seahawks cutting him at the beginning of the week gives Darboh a head start at landing with another team prior to league-wide roster cuts on Saturday.
The additional roster moves included the signing of receivers Nyqwan Murray, who was with the team earlier this month, and Kahlil Lewis. Defensive tackle Nazair Jones and cornerback Kalan Reed were placed on IR, which leaves one roster spot open should the Seahawks want to add another player.