Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Clinton McDonald's face mask was bent out of shape during Sunday's game against the Houston Texans.
Schwartz and Feinsod reports that the Seattle Seahawks have re-signed DT Clinton McDonald.
Earlier in the week, the Seahawks brought in a number of free agent defensive tackles for workouts now that Brandon Mebane and Tony McDaniel are dealing with injuries. McDonald’s familiarity with the Seahawks defensive scheme most likely gave him the edge over the other players.
According to Isn Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Seahawks have signed free agent defensive tackle Clinton McDonald.
The #Seahawks worked out/looked at a bunch of DTs over the past weeks. Agreed to terms with Clinton McDonald today, per @schwartzfeinsod
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 14, 2013
McDonald played in 14 games for Seattle last year.
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We just learned via twitter that Hawks brought back a piece to their DT puzzle from last year Clinton McDonald.
Here’s the tweet from Ian Rapoport of the NFL.com on Twitter.
McDonald was originally acquired via the Bengals in the Kelly Jennings trade. He has played 29 regular season games for the Hawks the last 2 years..
Recording 64 tackles, and 0 sacks....
Seahawks made a few shocking roster moves in their attempt to get to 53 men Saturday,
including placing their 2013 fourth round draft pick WR Chris Harper on waivers
and terminating the contract of veteran defensive tackle Clinton McDonald,
according to the Seahawks' official website. Harper was drafted out of Kansas
State this season to bring a certain level of...
The Seattle Seahawks have officially announced the signing of free agent defensive tackle Tony McDaniel and the re-signing of restricted free agent Clinton McDonald.
Seattle had tendered a one-year qualifying offer to McDonald, who chose to sign and return as Seattle's backup nose tackle.
McDaniel played in 54 games with Miami since going to the Dolphins in 2009 via a trade...
Via AP on Fox
April 03, 2013
RFA Defensive tackle Clinton McDonald a signs with Seahawks
ProFootballTalk.com is reporting McDonald is the second of three restricted free agents to sign their tenders to return to the team for next season.
They go onto say McDonald will make $1.323 million with the team next season.
This season, it seems like the Seahawks are doomed to win half the games they shouldn't win and lose almost all the games they should win. The Redskins had plenty of success running the ball at backup DT Clinton McDonald, and RG Paul McQuistan struggled all game in pass protection. Among other miscues, McQuistan killed the Seahawks' chances to convert a fourth down on...
Defensive tackle went through workouts this morning, but ultimately did not pass the tests set forth by Seattle’s training staff and is inactive today with an ankles issue. So that means Clinton McDonald will get his first start at defensive tackle. There were no other surprises for Seattle today. For Washington, Santana Moss returns from a hand injury and will start, but former...