Posted January 16, 2013 on AP on Fox
The Seattle Seahawks have signed 10 players to future contracts, including eight who were on their practice squad at the end of the season. The signings were on the NFL transaction report on Wednesday. The eight players on the Seahawks practice squad at the end of the season were: wide receivers Phil Bates and Bryan Waters; linebacker Kyle Knox; defensive backs Ron Parker and Chandler Fenner; running back Derrick Coleman; tight end Cooper Helfet; and defensive tackle Myles Wade. Seattle also signed wide receiver Stephen Williams and linebacker Korey Toomer to future deals. Toomer was a fifth-round draft pick of the Seahawks last April who was on the practice squad injured list.
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