The Seahawks signed Florida State WR Tamorrion Terry as an undrafted free agent. Terry might have been a mid-round pick had he been in last year’s draft. At that point, he was coming off an impressive 1,188-yard, 9-TD redshirt sophomore season. His 2020 didn’t go nearly as well. Terry got off to a slow start under a new coaching staff, underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee in mid-October and then left the team in November after having multiple issues with that new staff. Terry isn’t very agile and has trouble creating separation on short and intermediate routes. But he’s intriguing if only because he’s 6’3, 207 pounds with 4.4 speed and strong contested-catch skills. Terry was a big-play machine at Florida State, averaging 18.8 yards per catch over his 3-year career.
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