It seems that Seattle has a quota of sorts in how many roster moves it must make each week this offseason. As we approach nearly 60 transactions, Seattle has two more to announce.
McCoy, a product of the University of Southern California, was selected in the sixth round of this year’s National Football League Draft. Terms of the contract were not released.
Stanback played at Garfield (Seattle) High School before playing quarterback for the Washington Huskies. He then switched to wide receiver when the Dallas Cowboys spent a fourth-round pick in 2007 on him. Stanback’s first two years in the N.F.L. were spent with the Cowboys, where he totaled two catches for 24 yards and 13 returns for an average of over 22 yards each. Last season, he was a member of the New England Patriots and played in six games. Seattle initially claimed Stanback off waivers and later signed him. Like McCoy, terms of the contract were not released.
The Seahawks now have eight unsigned drafted players with training camp about eight weeks away.
Stanback is Seattle’s 16th wide receiver on its roster.