First reported by Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post and later confirmed by a source with knowledge of the situation, the Seattle Seahawks have brought back linebacker D.D. Lewis, signing him to a one-year deal.
The signing makes you wonder how serious the Lofa Tatupu (hamstring) and Leroy Hill (groin) injuries are. Both left the game on Sunday but Mora said neither was serious, but perhaps that has changed.
Lewis was a surprise cut when the team reduced its roster down to the final, 53 players, but has value because he can play all three linebacker positions.
Seattle has to make another move and release a player to make room for Lewis on the 53-man roster.
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