Shaquem Griffin waived by Seahawks
Shaquem Griffin waived by Seahawks

Shaquem Griffin waived by Seahawks 2020

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Shaquem Griffin waived by Seahawks
⁦@Shaquemgriffin⁩ waived by ⁦@Seahawks⁩ – via @ESPN App LET’S GO ⁦@steelers⁩ time to put in a waiver claim; this guy is a special talent and an asset to any club! Especially when it comes to working ethic, positive, and knows how to win!🙏🏼💯

Shaquem Griffin is waived by the #Seahawks. No more Griffin twins 😔

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The Seahawks have waived LB Shaquem Griffin, a source confirmed to ESPN on Saturday.

The news of Griffin being waived was first reported by The Athletic.

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They won’t let us have it so I guess will just take it from them 😡🤬 #AgainstAllOdds

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Why not us 😜🎥🤷🏾‍♂️ #AgainstAllOdds

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Block party in a city near you 🏃🏾‍♂️😱don’t miss it!! #Gameday #TimeToParty #AgainstAllOdds

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Source: Current News

The Seattle Seahawks waived linebacker Shaquem Griffin on Saturday. Griffin had his left hand amputated at age 4 because of amniotic band syndrome, a congenital condition. He became the first player with one hand to be drafted in the NFL’s modern era when Seattle chose him in the fifth round in 2018, reuniting with his twin brother Shaquill, the Seahawks’ starting left cornerback. Shaquem Griffin proved to be more than just a feel-good story on draft day as he made the Seahawks’ roster out of training camp in 2018 and 2019 and was among their leading special-teams contributors in both seasons. Griffin also showed flashes late last season when the Seahawks started using him as an edge rusher in sub packages, allowing him to reprise a role he excelled at during his college career at Central Florida. One of Griffin’s best plays in that role was a pressure of Jared Goff that led to a Quandre Diggs pick-six in a December loss to the Los Angeles Rams. He also had a sack in Seattle’s loss to the Green Bay Packers in last season’s divisional round. Griffin was credited with 16 tackles and three QB hits in 32 regular-season games over the last two years, which included a start in his NFL debut. Griffin’s spot on the Seahawks’ roster in 2020 was uncertain given their strong depth at linebacker behind starters Bobby Wagner, K. J. Wright and Bruce Irvin. That includes this year’s first-round pick, Jordyn Brooks, who is projected to play behind Wright on the weak side. Seattle also has Cody Barton and Ben Burr-Kirven, third- and fifth-round picks last year, respectively. Griffin is a candidate for Seattle’s practice squad. Shaquill Griffin, who made the Pro Bowl as an alternate last year, is entering the final season of his rookie contract.

Source: Current News

It’s a sad day for many NFL players as teams are expected to finalize their rosters to 53 today, resulting in cuts of hundreds of NFL players and hopefuls. Per Mike Dugar, one of those cut today was former UCF linebacker Shaquem Griffin, who was waived by the Seahawks after two seasons with the team. The Seahawks drafted Shaquem in the fifth round of the 2018 draft, reuniting him with his brother Shaquill, who they drafted in the third round the previous year. In two seasons with the team, Griffin was mostly a special teams player but also got snaps as a backup linebacker. Shaquem played in every game for the past two seasons for the Seahawks but only managed five tackles throughout the season. Shaquem will now go through the NFL waiver wire, where all 31 other teams will have the opportunity to claim the former UCF Knight. If he goes unclaimed, the Seahawks will likely add him to their practice squad, which is expanded this year due to COVID-19 protocols. Shaquill made the 53-man roster and is in the final year of his rookie contract with the team. Black & Gold Banneret will update this story as it develops.