Seahawks make final roster cuts

SEATTLE - The Seahawks are ready for the regular season, but not before making some tough decisions on Saturday.

Seattle, just like the other teams in the NFL, needed to make final cuts by 1 p.m. The Seahawks cleared 22 roster spots, going from 75 players to the league-mandated 53 players.

Here are the moves the Seahawks officially made Saturday:

Terminated Veteran Contracts

CB Phillip Adams
T Eric Winston


TE RaShaun Allen
CB Akeem Auguste
RB Demitrius Bronson
WR Arceto Clark
QB B.J. Daniels
G Caylin Hauptmann
T Nate Isles
C Patrick Lewis
WR Chris Matthews
DE Benson Mayowa
S Terrance Parks
TE Morrell Presley
QB Terrelle Pryor
DT Andru Pulu
FB Kiero Small
DT Jimmy Staten
S Steven Terrell
LB Korey Toomer
WR Bryan Walters
RB Spencer Ware

Placed on Injured Reserve

DT D'Anthony Smith

The Seahawks also traded a 6th round draft pick in 2015 to the Indianapolis Colts for cornerback Marcus Burley.

Seattle opens the regular season on Thursday against the Green Bay Packers. Kickoff is scheduled for 5:30pm at CenturyLink Field.