Willson was signed to Seattle's active roster Wednesday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Willson has played with the Seahawks back and forth since 2013, and after three games with the Ravens this year, the 30-year-old has returned to Seattle's active roster. The tight end will likely provide depth for the team as it takes on the Rams this week.
The Seahawks signed Willson (hip) to the practice squad Wednesday, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports. Willson is intimately familiar with the Seahawks' scheme, so he'll provide valuable emergency depth at tight end for the team. The veteran has already appeared in five games with the Seahawks, and three gams with the Ravens, this season.
The Ravens waived Willson (hip) on Saturday. Willson appeared in three games with the Ravens this season, most notably filling in while Mark Andrews missed time on the COVID-19 list. Once fully recovered from his hip injury, he'll look to latch on in a depth capacity elsewhere in the league.
Willson (hip) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Jaguars. Despite upgrading to full participation during Friday's practice, Willson will be monitored over the weekend before being given the green light. If he's unable to go, the Ravens likely will bring up Eric Tomlinson from the practice squad to serve as the No. 2 tight end behind Mark Andrews.
Willson (hip) was a limited participant during Wednesday's practice. Willson was unable to suit up in Monday night's win over the Browns with the hip issue as he continues to manage the injury. The veteran logged 49 percent of offensive snaps in Week 13's game against the Cowboys, evidencing he's the clear No. 2 option behind Mark Andrews at tight end when healthy. If he's forced to sit out Sunday's game against the Jaguars, the team will likely elevate Eric Tomlinson from the practice squad again.
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