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Ever so quietly, former GAR and Pitt star Authentic Shakir Soto Jersey walked into the Seattle Seahawks camp on Monday and for a workout.
For anyone familiar with the comings and goings of NFL tryouts at this time of year, especially in Seattle, a pretty popular running back showed up around the same time and had himself a workout as well.
While Marshawn Lynch earned himself a contract with the Seahawks heading into Sunday’s Week 17 home game against the San Francisco 49ers, Soto had a pretty good Christmas Eve for himself. While Lynch is expected to see time at running back with Seattle’s depth chart depleted at the position, Soto earned a chance, being signed to the team’s practice squad Tuesday morning.
“I was back in Florida training, I got a call from my agent and he told me the Seahawks wanted to work me out,” Soto said Tuesday night from his hotel room in Seattle. “I was there with four other defensive tackles.”
Soto said that following the workout on Monday, he was back in his hotel room waiting to see what direction the organization was going to go. He said they sent the other three defensive tackles home, and when he was picked up at the hotel on Tuesday morning, was not sure what was going to happen.
He received the good news when he arrived at the facility that the Seahawks were going to put him on the practice squad. He participated in practice on Tuesday and said the team will have Wednesday off for the Christmas holiday.
“I didn’t know they were going to si me until I got to the facility,” Soto said. “Obviously they were figuring out what they were going to do with the running backs. Practice went well. I just have to keep learning the plays. I am going to keep working hard.”
Soto was signed as an undrafted free agent out of Pitt by the Denver Broncos. He was also on the practice squad of the Raiders and most recently was with the Dallas Cowboys before being let go at the end of training camp prior to the start of this season.
Soto said that there have been no discussions yet as of signing a futures contract with the Seahawks, but that it is still a possibility.
“They normally don’t worry about a futures contract until after the season, but based on my experience, I feel like that is the progression,” Soto said. “I am just going to handle my business. I came in for my workout and they told me I killed it. They told me they were surprised that nobody was looking at me earlier.”
Soto said that he will be on the sidelines for Sunday night’s season finale and will get to travel with the team should they be playing on the road in the playoffs.

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The Seahawks added more offensive line help, signing former New York Jets starting right tackle Authentic Brandon Shell Jersey.

Shell, a 2016 fifth-round pick out of South Carolina, became the Jets’ starting right tackle in 2017, and has started 37 of 41 games played over the past three years. Shell is the third offensive lineman signed by Seattle so far in free agency, joining center/guard B.J. Finney and tackle Cedric Ogbuehi, whose additions both became official on Monday.

He gives the Seahawks added depth at tackle with George Fant reportedly reaching a deal with the Jets last week, and with Germain Ifedi currently an unrestricted free agent.

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Seahawks’ Authentic Kyle Fuller Jersey: Rises from practice squad
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire
Fuller was promoted to the 53-man roster Tuesday, Brady Henderson of reports.

The Seahawks placed Ethan Pocic (groin) on injured reserve Tuesday, so Fuller is being brought up to serve as a reserve interior lineman. Fuller has played in 11 games — starting two — for the Texans and Redskins between 2017 and 2018.

December 11, 2018 07:56 PM
Redskins’ Kyle Fuller: Lands in Washington
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire
Fuller signed a contract with Washington on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

The Redskins signed Fuller off the Texans’ practice squad. The second-year pro will likely serve a depth role in Washington’s depleted offensive line, and will work to perform well enough to earn a lasting role with the team.

October 13, 2017 10:24 AM
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by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire
Fuller (hamstring) was a full participant in practice Thursday.

Fuller missed Sunday’s loss to the Chiefs, but it seems as if the hamstring injury is now behind him after logging a full practice Thursday. Look for an official update on his status to come either after Friday’s injury report or before Sunday’s game against the Browns.

October 6, 2017 06:16 PM
Texans’ Kyle Fuller: Sitting out Sunday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire
Fuller, who is dealing with a hamstring injury, has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Chiefs.

Fuller’s hamstring issue prevented him from practicing all week, so he’ll likely be one of the Texans’ inactives Sunday after appearing in each of the team’s previous three contests.

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Fluker shared a part of his workout regimen on Friday – pulling a truck.

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Fluker has shared other parts of his fitness program this offseason, too.

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Fluker started 14 regular-season and two playoff games at right guard for the Seahawks in 2019, missing two October games with a hamstring injury. He’s preparing for his third season with Seattle.

Fluker entered the NFL as the 11th player picked in the 2013 NFL Draft. He played right offensive tackle in his first two seasons and right guard in the next two with the San Diego Chargers.

Fluker had started all 59 of the games that he played for the Chargers and was supposed to be with the team in 2017 after it picked up its fifth-year option on his rookie contract in 2016. But the Chargers decided the option price for Fluker — $8,821,000 — was too high, and they released him two days before his 2017 salary would have become guaranteed.

Four days later, Fluker signed a one-year, $3 million contract with the New York Giants.

Fluker played in seven games with the Giants in 2017 before turf toe cut short his season, sending him into free agency again.

In 2018, Fluker signed a one-year, $1.5 million contract with the Seahawks. He helped transform Seattle from one of the worst rushing teams in the NFL in 2017 to the best in 2018 with his work at right guard. Injuries caused Fluker to miss six games, and Seattle had an 8-2 record with him the lineup and a 2-4 mark without him during the regular season.

Fluker stayed with Seattle by signing a two-year, $6 million contract last offseason.

After Hurricane Katrina destroyed the home of Fluker’s family in New Orleans, he prepped at McGill-Toolen in Mobile and Foley before playing for Alabama, where he was the starting right offensive tackle for the Crimson Tide’s 2011 and 2012 BCS national-championship teams.

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The Seahawks executed yet another trade Saturday before the 53-man roster cuts deadline on Saturday. Seattle is sending a 2021 conditional seventh-round draft pick to the New York Jets for cornerback Parry Nickerson, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Seattle had already beefed up its defensive unit earlier in the morning, agreeing to acquire Texans defensive end Jadeveon Clowney in exchange for linebacker Jacob Martin, pass rusher Barkevious Mingo and a third-round selection in 2020.

Nickerson was originally drafted in 2018 by the Jets in the sixth round out of Tulane. He started two of 16 games played last season, logging 21 combined tackles, 18 of those solo, his rookie year.

The Seahawks have yet to confirm the move or announce the cuts following Saturday’s deadline of 1:00 p.m. PT.

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Jadeveon Clowney wasn’t fully satisfied with his first game in eight months.

“Yeah,” he said. “I felt like I was still knocking some rust off. …Technique. Learning the playbook…

“I expect myself to play better next week.”

Thing is, what was “rust” to Clowney was shiny and new compared to what Seattle’s defensive line was looking like before he got here last week.

Or do you want Cassius Marsh to be starting at pass-rushing end instead?

The Seahawks’ new bookend edge rusher who arrived in a trade with Houston a week earlier exceeded expectations in multiple ways in Sunday’s opener at CenturyLink Field, a 21-20 victory over Cincinnati.

First, and most noticeably, Clowney played 48 of the 77 defensive snaps. That’s 62 percent. That’s more than his coaches had planned after his first four practices since January, after his spring and summer holdout from the Texans. He played 21 of the first 32 snaps on defense because Andy Dalton and the Bengals kept throwing, and the coaches kept asking Clowney if he could keep pass rushing with fellow end Ziggy Ansah not playing the opener.
“He went a little more than we thought. But, he was fine, he felt good about it,” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said. “So, we really knew we would have to play it by ear. I think he had 20-something snaps in the first half, which was not really the plan. But we were just out there so much, because we didn’t get much on offense, at all.”

The 67-year-old coach doesn’t think Clowney’s unexpectedly large workload will affect his ability to play Sunday at Pittsburgh (0-1 after losing 33-3 at New England Sunday night).

“He’s 26 years old. He’s ready to go and all that,” Carroll said. “We’ll see. He’ll be pretty sore this week.”

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In the first quarter the 6-foot-5 Clowney leaped and nearly tapped to himself a pass from Dalton for an interception.

Dalton got passes out increasingly more quickly as the game went on, when it became apparent fill-in left tackle Andre Smith (playing for injured starter Cordy Glenn) was having trouble keeping Clowney out of the Bengals’ backfield.

Clowney appeared to tire late in the opening half, and Dalton got his most time to throw of the first two quarters. With Clowney breathing heavily and bent some at the waist during Cincinnati’s final drive of the half, Dalton had time to catapult an artillery round of a pass over mistimed Seahawks safety Tedric Thompson’s jump to wide receiver John Ross for a touchdown. Seatle trailed 17-14.

Clowney resumed his high-energy debut following the 15-minute halftime intermission. He began attracting double-team blocks from the Bengals, who finally helped Smith with him. Seahawk Quinton Jefferson benefited from Cincinnati’s extra attention on Clowney. Left to battle only a single Bengal, Jefferson had two sacks, three other hits on Dalton, two tackles for losses, and two passes knocked down. It was by far Jefferson’s best game for the Seahawks.

Eventually, after Dalton started throwing on one-step drops to mitigate Clowney’s effect, Seattle’s coaches encouraged their defensive linemen to jump and try to bat down Dalton’s throws. It only worked sporadically. Dalton threw for 418 yards, up near Dan Fouts, Philip Rivers and Ben Roethlisberger (Seattle’s foe next week at Pittsburgh) for the most by a quarterback against the Seahawks in team history.

“Oh yeah, he was getting it out pretty fast,” Clowney said of Dalton. “I looked to the sideline and I was telling our coach,’He’s getting that ball out fast.’ He said to just keep getting my hands up and just try and bat the ball as much as possible.”

In the fourth quarter, with his new team leading 21-17 and Dalton finally holding onto the ball to make a play, Clowney got his first Seahawks sack. He ran to his right and chased the scrambling and somewhat fearful-looking Dalton to the sideline, pulling the quarterback down from behind for a 2-yard loss. His sack was part of Seattle’s goal-line stand that turned away Cincinnati and kept the Seahawks ahead. The Bengals settled for a field goal to make it a 21-20 game.

It wasn’t a fantastic, blow-their-minds debut.

But put it this way: It was far better for the Seahawks than having Marsh or Branden Jackson starting at ends, as they were throughout the preseason. The team released Marsh after they acquired Clowney Sept. 1.

After the game, amid the blaring rap and shared smiles of his new, victorious teammates, Clowney looked at ease. In fact, the only way Clowney could have looked more comfortable in his new locker room after his first Seahawks game would have been if the new pass rusher had his feet in his bedroom slippers kicked up on his coffee table.

Yeah, he’s happy. Happy to be out of Houston. Happier to be a pending free agent showcasing his skills on a Seattle defensive line that is desperate to feature them.

Clowney is emblematic of the Seahawks’ defense and perhaps the entire team on Sunday. With all that is new in key places, with the fact the huge piece in Ansah has yet to play, what they showed in the opener is not necessarily indicative of what they will look like in November and December.

“We have a lot of work to do,” Clowney said. “It’s only our first week being together like this and getting to know each other. I just got here, so we’re just trying to get guys lined up and learn what they’re doing.

“We’re not trying to peak right now. We’ve got a lot of football left. We’re just going to keep working towards that.”