JUSTIN VELTUNG RUMORS

VMAC training camp notes: Seahawks day 4 #BingHawks

4 days down A couple days ago I noted that Justin Veltung was having trouble fighting off the physicality of Jeremy Lane. The team announced that Justin was released by the Seahawks today and they replaced him with rookie running back Ray Holley. Wide receiver Justin Veltung has been released from the club & running back Ray Holley has been added to the 90-man roster. — Seattle...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
July 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks Rookie Has Incredible Vertical Leap

The players you take in the draft are guys that are not only great athletes, but proven commodities. The guys invited into camp as undrafted free agents you bring in because there is something about them that makes you want to take a closer look. Idaho Receiver Justin Veltung is only 5'11" and caught fewer balls over the length of his career then some guys catch in half...
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May 25, 2013  |  Discuss
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