Seahawks activate TE Greg Olsen, DT Bryan Mone off injured reserve

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The Seattle Seahawks announced a number of roster moves on Sunday ahead of the Week 16 contest against the division-rival Los Angeles Rams.

First, Seattle activated tight end Greg Olsen and defensive tackle Bryan Mone from injured reserve to the Seahawks’ 53-man roster. Both players were placed on injured reserve last month – Olsen with a foot injury and Mone with an ankle sprain.

Olsen and Mone are now eligible to face the Rams on gameday.

Coach Pete Carroll had announced that both players would “come up” during his Saturday presser.

The Seahawks also elevated running back Penny Hart from the practice squad, so he too is now eligible to play on Sunday against Los Angeles.

Don’t forget, kickoff for the Seahawks vs. Rams matchup was pushed back to 1:25 p.m. PT and switched over from CBS to FOX, channel 13 in the Seattle area.

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