On Sunday morning, a day after rosters are officially cut from 80 to 53, teams can begin to construct their practice squads ahead of the 2020 season. An extension of their active roster, the Seahawks consistently churn their practice squad to find developmental pieces or add players at a particular position of need. Though we didn’t get to see them in preseason action this year, Seattle’s not short on intriguing young players who could be worth keeping around on the practice squad.
As a refresher, here are the changes to practice squad rules for 2020:
- Increased in size from 10 to 16.