Seahawks activate 2 more players from reserve/COVID-19 list

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The Seattle Seahawks have activated two more players from their reserve/COVID-19 list. Earlier this week, running back Alex Collins and wide receiver Tyler Lockett were both activated.

Now, running back Travis Homer and practice squad guard Pier-Olivier Lestage are also being activated.

Homer has not seen a whole lot of action on offense this season, but he has managed to make an impact on special teams. He scored a 73-yard touchdown on a fake punt against the 49ers, winning NFC Special Teams Player of the Week in the process.

Lestage has not been active in a game yet this year.

Seven more players remain on Seattle’s COVID-19 list, including tight end Will Dissly, defensive end Kerry Hyder Jr., defensive tackle Bryan Mone, right cornerback D.J. Reed and offensive tackle Brandon Shell. Two more practice squad players are also still on the list: cornerback Mike Jackson and tight end Ryan Izzo.

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