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Seahawks Sign DT Jonathan Lewis
Lewis, who was waived by the Cleveland Browns on June 15, participated in the Seahawks' voluntary mini-camp this week on a tryout basis, and undrafted rookie Barrett Moen (Minnesota) was released to fit Lewis on the 80-man off-season roster.
A sixth-round pick (177th overall) out of Virginia Tech by the Arizona Cardinals in 2006, Lewis totaled four tackles in four games as a rookie, but has not appeared in a regular season NFL game since.
This will be Lewis' second stint with the Seahawks, and the 6-1, 312-pounder has also had brief stints with the Oakland Raiders, Detroit Lions, and Jacksonville Jaguars during his career.
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