Following the team's cutdown to 53 players, the Seahawks on Monday signed DE Raheem Brock, RB Michael Robinson and DT Junior Siavii. To make room for the three players, the team released S Jordan Babineaux, DT Kevin Vickerson and FB Owen Schmitt.
Brock spent eight seasons with Indianapolis before signing with Tennessee on Aug. 12. The Titans cut him Saturday. Brock has started 104 of 120 games during his career, recording 28½ sacks and 396 tackles.
Robinson spent four seasons in San Francisco, having been chosen twice as a Pro Bowl alternate for his special-teams play. He has made 79 special-teams tackles in 62 games. On offense, he has rushed 86 times for 289 yards, with a long gain of 33 yards and two touchdowns.
Siavii was selected in the second round of the 2004 draft by Kansas City. After playing in 26 games with the Chiefs over two seasons, he was out of football from 2006 through '08. He played in all 16 games last season with Dallas, recording a career-high 29 tackles.
On Sunday the Seahawks had announced the release of O-linemen Mansfield Wrotto and Steve Vallos and S Kevin Ellison. Seattle also was awarded two players off waivers — ex-Packers OG Evan Dietrich-Smith and ex-Dolphins DB Nate Ness.
The Seahawks confirmed the acquisition of OG Stacy Andrews from Philadelphia, reportedly for a seventh-round draft choice.
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