Tight end Kellen Winslow was released by the Seahawks on Saturday, according to multiple reports.
The seven-year veteran joined Seattle after being released by Tampa Bay as one of several veteran receivers signed by the Seahawks in the past two months. The goal was to pair Winslow with Zack Miller to provide a tandem of pass-catching tight ends, but Winslow may have declined to take a pay cut, according to the Seattle Times.
Winslow had just three receptions during the preseason as the team was careful with his snaps due to Winslow's long history of knee issues.
Seattle has also signed and released veteran wide receivers Terrell Owens and Antonio Bryant in the past six weeks.
Winslow's release leaves Miller and Anthony McCoy on the active roster, with Cameron Morrah on injured reserve.