The Seattle Seahawks announced this morning that they have signed veteran receiver Braylon Edwards to the team's 90-man roster.
Edwards had a tryout with the Seahawks last week, but the team added veteran receiver Antonio Bryant instead.
In order to make room for Edwards, the Seahawks cut kicker Carson Wiggs.
Edwards would seem to provide some insurance for Sidney Rice, who's been working in a red jersey during training camp after coming off of two shoulder surgeries this offseason. Seattle now has 14 receivers on the roster. Edwards is wearing No. 17.
Edwards is expected to be at practice today.