Ricardo Lockette indicates he's headed to Seahawks practice squad
NFL players will begin clearing waivers on Saturday, and those who go unclaimed eligible to be signed to the practice squad. Receiver Ricardo Lockette, who was not among the six receivers the Seahawks kept on the 53-man roster, indicated via Twitter that he will be staying in Seattle, which would indicate he's going to sign with the practice squad.
Update: OT Edawn Coughman will be signed to the Seahawks' practice squad as well. He's a raw offensive lineman, whom the Seahawks even played a little on defense in the third exhibition game at Kansas City before letting him go. He's expected to stick to offense, though, on the Seahawks' practice squad.
God Bless America & God Bless the Seattle Seahawks(Cortez Kennedy) headed to the VMAC to confirm ill stay!!!!!— Ricardo Lockette (@RicardoLockette) September 1, 2012