Bracy signed with the Seahawks on Monday.
The deal marks Bracy's second contract with the Seahawks in as many months. Seattle is undeniably attracted to the former track star's speed, but his chance a roster spot will come down to his football instincts. The receiver is still somewhat of a long shot to make the 53-man roster.
Bracy was waived by Seattle on Wednesday, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.
Bracy was waived to make room for newly added running back Gerald Holmes. For Bracy, the mountain of receivers in Seattle was just too tall to climb. Perhaps a new team would serve him best.
Bracy signed with the Seahawks on Saturday, Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reports.
Bracy, a former Olympic sprinter, briefly joined the Colts during last year's training camp prior to being waived during roster cuts. The 5-foot-9 receiver has a slim chance of making the Seahawks' roster, especially because Seattle already boasts a speedster return specialist in Tyler Lockett.