The Seahawks have signed the following seven players to their practice squad, the team announced Sunday.
RaShaun Allen, TE: He spent last year bouncing back and forth between the Seahawks' active roster and practice squad. Allen (6-4, 250) originally was signed by the Seahawks as an undrafted free agent. He had one catch for 13 yards in the preseason.
Will Pericak, G/C: He started his career as a defensive tackle with the Baltimore Ravens, but has been trying to transition to the offensive side of the ball in Seattle. Pericak (6-3, 300) has bounced around to five teams (the Ravens, Jaguars, Chargers, Broncos and Seahawks) since entering the league in 2013.
Eric Pinkins, LB: The Seahawks selected him in the sixth round of the 2014 draft as a defensive back. Pinkins (6-3, 230) spent his rookie season on the reserve/non-football injury list (foot). This offseason, he's made the transition to linebacker. Pinkins started and was active in the preseason finale against the Raiders.
Terry Poole, OL: A fourth-round pick in the 2015 draft, Poole (6-5, 323) didn't show enough this summer to earn a roster spot on the 53-man squad. But the organization obviously believes in his potential and will continue to try to develop him.
Kevin Smith, WR: He was released after training camp by the Seahawks for the second straight season, but will stay in the building this year. Smith (6-0, 218) had six catches for 61 yards during the preseason.
Rod Smith, RB: An undrafted free agent out of Ohio State, Smith (6-3, 231) carried 10 times for 70 yards during the preseason.
Kasen Williams, WR: He participated in the team's rookie camp and was signed in June. Williams (6-1, 219) had four catches for 58 yards and a touchdown during the preseason.
Teams can have 10 players on their practice squads, so expect the Seahawks to make three more additions.