Miller, who the Seahawks released last year with a "failed physical" designation, has not landed with another team since then.
Miller, who last saw NFL action in 2014 with the Seahawks, when he caught six passes fo 76 yards in three games, recorded 328 catches for 3,804 yards and 20 TDs over a 110-game span between 2007 and 2014. He was selected by the Raiders 38th overall in the 2007 NFL draft.
Miller caught eight passes for 78 yards and a pair of touchdowns on nine targets in Sunday's 31-17 loss to the Cowboys.
Although he actually trailed Kevin White for the team lead in targets, Miller finally came through with the breakout performance many were expecting prior to the season. It happened with Brian Hoyer under center, but while Hoyer's final statistics didn't look bad, he was unable to move the ball until Dallas had a three-score lead. Regardless of whether Jay Cutler (thumb) or Hoyer is the quarterback, Miller will be worth keeping a close eye on, as he was startable in most leagues last last December. While unlikely to be efficient, the Chicago passing attack does have some garbage-time potential.
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.
The Seahawks have ruled out Zach Miller (ankle) and Bobby Wagner (toe) for Week 10 against the Giants. James Carpenter (ankle), Stephen Schilling (knee), Kam Chancellor (groin) and Malcolm Smith (groin) all missed practice Friday and were deemed doubtful for Sunday.
Marcus Burley (hamstring) was a limited participant in practice, while Byron Maxwell (calf) was a full participant Friday. Both were deemed questionable.
The following players were labeled probable: Russell Okung (calf), Doug Baldwin (groin), Max Unger (rest), O'Brien Schofield (head), Michael Bennett (toe), Marshawn Lynch (calf) and Jordan Hill (ankle).
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said on his weekly Monday radio show on ESPN 710 Seattle he expects "six, seven" players that sat out Week 9 vs. Oakland to return Week 10 against the Giants.
Carroll is anticipating Max Unger, Jeremy Lane and Jordan Hill to be back Sunday. He also added Kam Chancellor and Russell Okung should be back after suffering muscle strains in practice last week.
Lastly, Carroll said Byron Maxwell "might" make it back for Week 10, but tight end Zach Miller will not play. It will be the sixth straight game Miller will miss since undergoing ankle surgery in late September.
The Seahawks have listed S Jeron Johnson, CB Byron Maxwell, LB Malcolm Smith, LB Bobby Wagner, LT Russell Okung, TE Zach Miller and DT Jordan Hill as inactive Week 9 against the Raiders.
Okung came into the game questionable due to a calf injury. He will not play. The other six players listed were ruled out prior to Sunday.
The Seahawks have ruled out six players for their Week 9 game against the Raiders. Included are linebacker Bobby Wagner (toe), defensive tackle Jordan Hill (ankle), strong safety Jeron Johnson (concussion), corneback Byron Maxwell (calf), linebacker Malcolm Smith (not injury related) and tight end Zach Miller (ankle).
Seahawks starting tight end Zach Miller, who had ankle surgery following the Week 3 win over Denver, won't return this week and will be sidelined "a while," coach Pete Carroll told the Seattle Times. Replacement Luke Willson caught a late 23-yard touchdown Sunday to lift Seattle over Carolina.
The Seahawks have listed LB Bobby Wagner, TE Zach Miller , CB Byron Maxwell, OL Max Unger, DT Jordan Hill, WR Bryan Walters and OL Andrew McDonald as inactive Week 8 against the Panthers.
McDonald is the only player on the list that wasn't ruled out prior to Sunday. He appears to be a healthy scratch.
The lengthy injury report released by the Seahawks on Friday for the Sunday game at Carolina has only ruled-out players and probables.
There are no surprises in either designation. All those who are out did not practice this week. That group consists of fullback Derrick Coleman (foot), defensive tackle Jordan Hill (ankle), cornerback Byron Maxwell (calf), tight end Zach Miller (ankle), center Max Unger (foot), linebacker Bobby Wagner (toe) and wideout Bryan Walters (concussion).
The probables are defensive end Michael Bennett (toe), strong safety Kam Chancellor (ankle), cornerback Tharold Simon (ankle), running back Robert Turbin (shoulder) and tight end Luke Willson (groin).
Seahawks tight end Zach Miller (ankle) has been ruled out for Week 8 against the Panthers.
Miller earned an "out" designation on the team's injury report Wednesday. He has played just three games, catching six passes for 76 yards.
The Seahawks will be missing two key defensive starters for the game against the Rams, as cornerback Byron Maxwell (calf) and middle linebacker Bobby Wagner (foot) are inactive. Also sitting out are center Max Unger (foot), tight end Zach Miller (ankle), defensive tackle Jordan Hill (ankle), tight end Luke Willson (groin) and offensive tackle Andrew McDonald.
The Seahawks will be without the services of defensive tackle Jordan Hill (ankle), cornerback Byron Maxwell (calf), linebacker Bobby Wagner (toe), defensive end Cassius Marsh (foot), center Max Unger (foot) and tight end Zach Miller (ankle) in Week 7 at St. Louis. All six players were ruled out for Sunday's game.
Tight end Luke Willson (groin) was listed as questionable and is expected to be a game-time decision, coach Pete Carroll said.
Meanwhile, running back Marshawn Lynch (not injury related), offensive tackle Alvin Bailey (oblique), cornerback Tharold Simon (knee), defensive tackle Brandon Mebane (not injury related) and defensive end Michael Bennett (not injury related) were all ruled probable against the Rams.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said tight end Zach Miller (ankle) and center Max Unger (foot) will not play Week 7 at St. Louis. It will be the second straight game Unger misses and third straight for Miller.
Seahawks tight end Zach Miller is not expected to return Week 7 at St. Louis, head coach Pete Carroll told the media in his Monday news conference, per the team's official website. Miller will now have missed three straight games since undergoing ankle surgery after Week 3. He caught six of seven targets for 76 yards before the procedure.
The Seahawks declared tight end Zach Miller (ankle), center Max Unger (foot), wideouts Paul Richardson and Kevin Norwood, cornerback Tharold Simon (knee), running back Christine Michael and offensive tackle Andrew McDonald inactive for the game against the Cowboys.