Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Putzier Waived Again, Williams Signed from Practice Squad

by: Mike Parker

Originally it seemed as if Jamar Adams would benefit from TE Jeb Putzier being waived, but the team has once again cut Putzier, and this time OT Kyle Williams has been bumped up onto the 53-man roster from the practice squad.

It seems like Putzier has become the Seahawks' temporary roster fill-in for practice squad moves, which must be really irritating for him. Fortunately for him, he might not have to worry about that anymore if Williams performs well when given the chance. I still think it's a bad idea to constantly rotate offensive linemen, but the coaching staff has probably already switched gears into rebuild mode and is giving some of the emerging talent room to grow. I would've liked for Adams to see more action at safety after he got signed for his inexplicably short stint, but so be it. Maybe the coaches see something in Williams, an ex-Trojan, who's barely even a blip on the radar for Seattle fans so far.

Regardless of strange roster moves, a win tomorrow in Dallas would almost validate the entire season so far. At least, it would for me. Oh, and Romo, don't forget to bring Jessica to the game tomorrow. Do it for your friends here in Seattle. We know how awesome you are when she's watchin' you. -END-