Seahawks Release WR Lance Lenoir From PS, Sign DT Demarcus Christmas


The Seattle Seahawks announced Thursday that they’ve released WR Lance Lenoir from their practice squad and signed DT Demarcus Christmas to the unit. 

Here’s the Seahawks updated practice squad:

  1. T Tommy Champion
  2. QB Danny Etling
  3. WR Aaron Fuller
  4. LB Shaquem Griffin
  5. DB Gavin Heslop
  6. DT Cedrick Lattimore
  7. TE Tyler Mabry
  8. DB Ryan Neal
  9. DB Jayson Stanley
  10. WR Stephen Sullivan
  11. WR Cody Thompson
  12. T Chad Wheeler
  13. DB Linden Stephens 
  14. DT Anthony Rush
  15. WR John Ursua 
  16. DT Demarcus Christmas

Lenoir, 25, wound up going undrafted out of Western Illinois back in 2017. He took part in the Bears rookie minicamp on a tryout basis before signing on with the Cowboys in 2018. 

Lenior was on and off of the Cowboys roster before ending up on injured reserve last year with a knee injury. Dallas waived him leading up to this year’s draft and he eventually signed on with the Seahawks before being added to their practice squad at the start of the season. 

For his NFL career, Lenoir has appeared in eight games for the Cowboys, but has yet to catch a pass. 

During his four-year college career at Western Illinois, Lenoir caught 273 passes for 3,796 yards receiving and 28 touchdowns over the course of 48 games. He also rushed for 58 yards on seven carries and totaled 809 kick return yards and another 214 punt return yards to go along with one touchdown.


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