Kearse’s presence on the team generated a lot of debate, with his disappointing 2016 really being a sore point after a solid 2015 campaign earned him a contract extension. You may be glad Kearse is gone from the standpoint of what he brings (or doesn’t bring) to the Seahawks offense, but he’s worked his ass off just to have a fairly lengthy NFL career in the first place. Undrafted out of the University of Washington, the Seahawks took in the born-and-raised Lakewood resident and initially placed him on the practice squad. When Ben Obomanu went down with a season-ending injury in October, Kearse was promoted to the 53-man roster, appearing mostly on special teams and sparsely getting snaps on offense
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