It's not a position you hear about often, but the Seattle Seahawks are apparently not too satisifed in what they have already. Long-snapper Adam Steiner signed with the Oakland Raiders as a rookie free agent, but was released on Tuesday. That's when Seattle swooped in to grab him off waivers and place him in a direct competition with Clint Gresham, the team's long-snapper for the past three seasons. Gresham signed his restricted free agent tender this season and will earn $1.323 million is he comes out on top. Per Seahawks.com: The 6-foot-2, 240-pound Steiner, who played his college ball at Akron, was signed by the Raiders last month after the NFL Draft. His late father, Charles, spent a summer in the Bills training camp.