The Seattle-Detroit pipeline keeps pumping, albeit with less-than-spectacular results this time.
The latest move between the teams is particularly chuckle-worthy (surely there must be some reason these teams keep hooking up, but I can’t find any hard ties). The Lions recently won a waiver-claim battle with Seattle over former Denver Broncos offensive lineman Tyler Polumbus. The Lions held Polumbus for a few days, then traded him to the Seahawks, presumably for something of minimal or even conditional value. Polumbus and Seahawks offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates were with the Broncos in 2008.
The Seahawks and Lions have made multiple trades and shared multiple players spanning multiple coaching staffs and front offices in recent years.
Among the players to spend time on both rosters: Polumbus, Nate Burleson, Will Heller, Rob Sims, Lawrence Jackson, Maurice Morris, Julian Peterson, Trevor Canfield, Marquand Manuel, Kole Heckendorf, Kevin Hobbs, Logan Payne, Chuck Darby, Keary Colbert, Billy McMullen, Travis Fisher, Cory Redding, John Owens, Jon Kitna (OK, not recently in Seattle), Joel Filani, T.J. Duckett, Kevin Kasper, Ike Charlton (again, not recently in Seattle), Etric Pruitt, Mike Williams and probably a few others.
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Tags: Billy Mcmullen, Cory Redding, Denver Broncos, John Owens, Jon Kitna, Julian Peterson, Keary Colbert, Marquand Manuel, Maurice Morris, Mike Sando, Nate Burleson, offensive lineman, Rob Sims, T J Duckett, Travis Fisher
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