Versatile defensive back Roy Lewis and just-as-versatile offensive option Isaiah Stanback have been signed for the 2011 season, the team announced today.
Lewis ended the 2010 season on injured reserve, missing the final two regular-season games and both playoff games because of a knee injury. But he was voted special teams captain before the start of the season and also ended up winning the Steve Largent Award as well as the Man of the Year.
Stanback, who was claimed off waivers in June as a wide receiver, spent the entire 2010 season on IR after damaging an Achilles tendon during training camp.
Each of the former University of Washington players was scheduled to become a free agent.
Tags: Achilles Tendon, Free Agent, Injured Reserve, Isaiah Stanback, Knee Injury, playoff games, Regular Season Games, Roy Lewis, SEATTLE SEAHAWKS, Steve Largent, training camp, University Of Washington, Waivers, Wide Receiver
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