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The Seattle Seahawks announced today that they’ve waived tight end Anthony McCoy.
Tight end Anthony McCoy has been waived/injured; Tackle Jake Bscherer has signed with the club.
— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) May 28, 2013
McCoy suffered a torn ACL during last week’s OTA’s. The Seahawks will wait for him to clear waivers, then place him on season ending injured reserve.
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