The Seahawks released TE Zach Miller , Friday, saving $2.39 million toward the salary cap. Miller spent four seasons with the Seahawks. Last season, after agreeing to a pay cut to remain with the team, Miller had six catches for 76 yards in three games. Miller was released due to a "failed physical", according to the team.
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said that tight end Zach Miller should be ready in time for next season. Speaking at the Indianapolis scouting combine, Carroll said that Miller is recovering well from the ankle injury that ended his 2014 season. Miller had surgery during the Seahawks' week four bye, but he wasn't able to recover in time to return to the team.
The Seahawks have placed tight end Zach Miller on season-ending injured reserve. He could not recover from ankle surgery in time to make it back. Miller has been out since Week 4. He finishes the season with six catches for 76 yards and no touchdowns.
Seahawks tight end Zach Miller, who's missed six straight games following ankle surgery, is not ready to practice this week, coach Pete Carroll told 710 ESPN Radio. Miller won't play Sunday at Kansas City.
The Seahawks have listed Steven Terrell, Kam Chancellor, Malcolm Smith, Bobby Wagner, James Carpenter, Zach Miller and Tony Moeaki as inactive for Week 10 against the Giants. Both Miller and Wagner had been ruled out prior to the contest. Chancellor, Smith and Carpenter were all listed as doubtful coming into the game. Both Terrell and Moeaki are healthy scratches.
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