The San Diego Chargers have agreed to terms with wide receivers Deon Butler and Dan DePalma, and cornerback Cornelius Brown.
The deals for Butler and Brown are for one year. DePalma's is a two-year deal.
Butler played in 35 games during four seasons with the Seattle Seahawks, catching 57 passes for 611 yards (10.7 average) and four touchdowns.
DePalma spent time on the New...
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April 08, 2013
The Seattle Seahawks re-signed wide receiver Deon Butler on Saturday to fill a roster spot left when wide receiver Charly Martin was placed on injured reserve. Butler passed a physical and is eligible to be activated in time for Sunday's game against Buffalo in Toronto. After three seasons with the Seahawks, Butler was cut at the end of training camp this year. In 2011, he...
The Seattle Seahawks released wide receiver Deon Butler today and activated guard James Carpenter from the PUP list. The emergence of Braylon Edwards made Butler expendable.
#Seahawks released WR Deon Butler, which means WR Braylon Edwards made the team.
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_RealUpdates) September 1, 2012
#Seahawks 2011 first round pick OL James Carpenter was removed from...
No word yet on the Seahawks cuts. The deadline is 6pm PT.
But Danny O'Neil the Seahawks writer for the Seattle Times just tweeted that Deon Butler is on the list of players not being retained.
Butler is a 3rd round pick from the Mora/Ruskell days.
Danny O'Neil @dannyoneil
Danny O’Neil of The Seattle Times believes that both Mike Williams and Deon Butler will have to fight to make the Seahawks’ final 53-man roster.
With the Seahawks going into camp with 13 wide receivers, O’Neil believes the only locks to make the roster are Golden Tate, Sidney Rice and Doug Baldwin, who are clearly their top three receivers going into the season...
In my story today, with one game left, players like Seattle Seahawks receiver Deon Butler know they have one last opportunity to make a lasting impression heading into the offseason. After beginning the season on the PUP list, Butler has been active the past four games, slowly working his way back into the receiver rotation after recovering from a broken leg. Butler’s been active...
The Seattle Seahawks activated receiver Deon Butler off of the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list this week, but he will not be active today against Baltimore, as the Penn State product continues to try and shake the rust off. Others on the inactive list for Seattle include linebacker David Vobora, who was ruled out by Pete Carroll on Friday because of a concussion, and Cameron...
The Seattle Seahawks activated wide receiver Deon Butler from the physically unable to perform list on Tuesday.
Butler broke his right leg during a touchdown catch late in the fourth quarter against San Francisco last December. He's been practicing with the team the last three weeks and was activated on the last day he could remain on the PUP list.
To make room on the active...
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November 08, 2011
The Seahawks will activate wide receiver Deon Butler on Tuesday, Danny O’Neill of The Seattle Times reported.
Butler has been on the physically unable to perform list since breaking his leg in December. Tuesday is the deadline for players on the PUP list to be activated.
The 2009 third-round pick out Penn State had 36 catches for 385 yards last season...
First reported by Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times, the Seattle Seahawks are expected to activate receiver Deon Butler from the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list today. The Seahawks have not announced the move, or who they intend to release to clear a spot on the active roster for the Penn State product. Butler started training camp and the regular season on the PUP list...