The Seattle Seahawks activated outside linebacker Bruce Irvin following his four-game suspension.
They cut wide receiver Stephen Williams.
A first-round draft pick last year, Irvin recorded eight sacks as a rookie out of West Virginia.
"There’s just a little rough around the edges on some stuff, but he’s in great shape and he’s ready to go and he’s really charged up and he’s done a lot of studying over the time that he was out of here and has come back ready to take advantage of this," Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told reporters Friday. "He doesn’t want to wait another game or something to get going. We’d like to play him this week."
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