With linebacker Matt McCoy out indefinitely with a knee sprain, the Seattle Seahawks are expected to re-sign linebacker David Vobora today.
Vobora’s agent, Marc Lillibridge announced via twitter that Vobora intend to re-sign with Seattle.
A native of Eugene, Ore., who starred at the University of Idaho, Vobora signed with Seattle during the team’s training camp on Aug. 22, and initially was on the Seahawks’ 53-man roster during final cut downs in September. But the Sea-hawks released Vobora when they signed four players off waivers a few days later.
Vobora, 25, has a similar skill set to McCoy’s. He can play all three linebacker positions and was a special teams standout while with St. Louis for three seasons.
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