Seahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett reacts after tackling Texans running back Lamar Miller on Sunday for a loss in the second quarter.
Seahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett reacts after tackling Texans running back Lamar Miller on Sunday for a loss in the second quarter. Joshua Bessex joshua.bessex@gateline.com
Seahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett reacts after tackling Texans running back Lamar Miller on Sunday for a loss in the second quarter. Joshua Bessex joshua.bessex@gateline.com

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    Coach Pete Carroll explains it was primarily because Seattle is so up against the NFL’s salary cap. The Seahawks saved about $250,000 releasing Freeney and signing rookie wide receiver David Moore to his roster spot.