The Seahawks made a minor move today, releasing defensive end Derek Walker and bringing up wide receiver Mike Hass from the practice squad to the active roster.
This likely means Ben Obomanu (hamstring) will not go on Sunday, and Hass will become the team's fourth receiver if he's active.
It will be interesting to see if the Oregon State product makes it out on the field, at least for special teams. It would be his first playing time this season.
This is the second time Hass has been elevated to Seattle's active roster. Seattle also had Hass active for Week 9 against Detroit, but Hass was inactive for the Lions game.
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Walker has not been active for a game this season. Seattle needed to make a move to clear a roster spot, and had been keeping Walker on the active roster instead of the practice squad because there likely was interest from other team around the league to sign him.