The Seattle Seahawks are making some moves as their team enters Week 2 banged up. 


Already a bit undermanned, Seattle has released defensive tackle Tom Johnson on Saturday. This move came out of nowhere, as fans in the Emerald City were not expecting this. 

Johnson had all his money guaranteed with Seattle, so no big deal there. The Hawks likely released him to fill a roster spot as players begin to drop like flies. 


Johnson started off his career as a New Orleans Saint, but had a great stint in Minnesota from 2014-2017. The 34-year-old recorded just one tackle in the opener as a Seahawk.

Seattle also recently  added Mychal Kendricks, who's facing some legal troubles, but will play regardless.


The Seahawks take on the  Chicago Bears on Monday night. They'll hope to be a bit healthier ahead of Monday night's showdown. After falling to the Denver Broncos in Week 1, Seattle will do anything possible to not start the campaign out with consecutive losses.