A move seemed inevitable after Damon Harrison’s addition to the practice squad, with four defensive tackles already on the Seahawks’ 53-man roster. Now, with Harrison’s conditioning getting to a place where he can be a part of the team’s game day roster, Seattle has made a move up front.
The Seahawks are releasing DT Anthony Rush, a source tells SeattlePI
— Ben Arthur (@benyarthur) October 27, 2020
Rush came to Seattle after roster cuts at the end of camp, initially signing with the team’s practice squad before eventually getting promoted to the 53-man roster. Though he appeared in four games for the team, he has been dealing with a knee injury recently and had been inactive during the team’s last two games.
Should Harrison, or another member of the practice squad, take Rush’s vacated roster spot, a return to the practice squad could certainly happen. For now, the Seahawks find themselves with an open spot on their 53-man roster.