The Seattle Seahawks on Thursday re-signed receiver B.J.Daniels to the team's 53-man roster to take the spot of suspended fullback Derrick Coleman.
The Seattle Seahawks Thursday re-signed receiver B.J.Daniels to the team’s 53-man roster to take the spot of the suspended Derrick Coleman.
Coleman was indefinitely suspended by the Seahawks earlier in the day after being arrested on investigation of vehicular assault and hit and run. Coleman is being held without bail, as is common until he appears before a judge for a bail hearing.
Daniels was released earlier in the week as the team made room for cornerback Crezdon Butler and linebacker Nick Moody, who were each signed to fill spots where the team has had injury issues.
The team put Coleman on a suspended list and he can be returned to the 53-man roster at any time, though a player would have to be waived or released to make room.
Daniels, a former quarterback, has one reception for 12 yards this season and also has seen time on special teams the last two weeks.
Daniels was in the locker room before practice Thursday and taking part in practice.