The Falcons signed linebacker Allen Bradford on Friday, reuniting coach Dan Quinn with one of his former Seahawk defensive players. Bradford was a sixth-round pick by the Buccaneers in the 2011 draft. Raheem Morris, the Bucs' coach at the time, is now on Quinn's staff with the Falcons. Bradford has been on the Giants, Browns and Jaguars, as well as several stints on the Seahawks' practice squad and active roster. The Seahawks converted Bradford from running back to linebacker in 2011.
The Seahawks made a couple of roster moves prior to Sunday's home game against the 49ers, per the News Tribune. Seattle signed linebacker Allen Bradford to their practice squad and released cornerback Kennard Cox.
The Seahawks have signed defensive end David King and released linebacker Allen Bradford . King was cut by Cincinnati just before the regular season.
The Seahawks have listed Bryan Walters, Jeremy Lane, Allen Bradford, Max Unger, Travian Robertson, Cooper Helfet and RaShaun Allen as inactive for Week 14 against the Eagles. Helfet came into the contest listed as doubtful due to an ankle injury. Lane was questionable with a glute issue. The other five players listed are healthy scratches.
The Seahawks have listed the following players as inactive for Thursday night's matchup with the 49ers: cornerback Jeremy Lane (glute), center Max Unger (ankle), tight ends Cooper Helfet (ankle) and RaShaun Allen, linebackers Kevin Pierre-Louis (shoulder) and Allen Bradford and defensive tackle Travian Robertson . Helfet, Pierre-Louis and Unger had all been previously ruled out for the Week 13 game, while Lane was questionable. Also questionable to play was defensive end Demarcus Dobbs (knee), but he's active for the game.