The Seattle Seahawks are bringing needed depth back to their roster in 2014.
The organization announced that it has signed one-year extensions with safety Jeron Johnson and offensive lineman Lemuel Jeanpierre on Friday.
Jeanpierre was forced to fill in for three games when Max Unger was out due to injury this past year. Johnson played in seven games, partly due to a hamstring injury, and tallied eight special teams tackles.
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