Seahawks cut back-up long snapper

Seahawks cut back-up long snapper

This is a 2013 photo of Jorgen Hus of the St. Louis Rams NFL football team. This image reflects the St. Louis Rams active roster as of Friday, May 10, 2013 when this image was taken. Photo: Associated Press/AP Photo

The Seattle Seahawks have cut long snapper Jorgen Hus.  Seattle signed the native of Regina, Saskatchewan to a three-year contract back in April. He was a member of the St. Louis Rams during training camp last year. The move leaves Clint Gresham as the only snapper on the roster.

In other Seahawk related news, a couple of familiar names have been added to the rookie mini-camp this weekend. According to the Seattle Times, running backs Johri Fogerson and Demitrius Bronson will participate. Both started their college ball at the University of Washington. Fogerson wrapped up his career at Central Washington while Bronson starred at Eastern. 

(KPUG Newsroom – Doug Lange)



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