One day after the draft, the Seahawks have added some players to the roster that should be a help this season. The team Monday announced they are bringing back free-agent cornerback Ken Lucas, who started his career with the Hawks. The team also announced it signed veteran fullback Justin Griffith. Both get one-year contracts.
Lucas started his career in Seattle as its second-round pick in 2001. He signed with Carolina as a free agent after the 2004 season and played four seasons there. The Panthers released him last month in a salary-cap move. He has played in 122 career games with 106 starts, 24 interceptions and 100 passes defended.
Griffith was drafted by Atlanta in the fourth round in 2003. He spent four years with the Falcons before signing with Oakland.