One footnote from last week that I didn’t find important enough to pass along was the news that the Seattle Seahawks will be giving backup quarterback B.J. Daniels a shot at returning kicks and punts next year: Pete Carroll said that B.J. Daniels weighs 220 pounds — says he can do Punt and Kick returns, and can "catch some balls for us" — Danny Kelly (@FieldGulls) March 13...
The Seattle Seahawks have placed rookie WR Paul Richardson on season-ending injured-reserve Monday, per Danny O’Neil of 710 ESPN. The Seahawks promoted QB B.J. Daniels to their 53-man roster to take Richardson’s place. No surprise here as reports surfaced Sunday night that Richardson sustained a torn ACL during their win over the Panthers this past weekend. Seattle will...
RENTON, Wash. (AP) The Seattle Seahawks will begin the season with only two quarterbacks on the 53-man roster after cutting Terrelle Pryor and B.J. Daniels as part of their final roster cuts. Seattle announced its final roster decisions on Saturday. Seattle's two QBs for the opener will be starter Russell Wilson and veteran backup Tarvaris Jackson. Seattle also terminated the veteran...
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August 30, 2014 | Discuss
The Seattle Seahawks have signed nine players to 2014 future contracts, including quarterback B.J. Daniels. Super Bowl champion Seattle announced the signings Thursday. Daniels was the last of the nine to be signed after spending part of the season on Seattle's active roster and ending the year on the practice squad. Daniels was released from the active roster Nov. 16 and re-signed...
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February 06, 2014 | Discuss
The Seattle Seahawks signed QB B.J. Daniels to a reserve/future contract on Thursday. Daniels, 24, was taken by the 49ers in the seventh-round of last year’s NFL Draft. He was later waived and claimed by the Seahawks back in October. There has been some skepticism regarding Daniels staying at quarterback long-term, so we’ll have to see how things go for him during training...
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