Seahawks waive quarterback Levi Lewis

Seahawks quarterback Levi Lewis works through drills during practice at the team's rookie mini-camp on May 6, 2022 at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center. (photo by Curtis Crabtree / FOX 13 Seattle)

The Seattle Seahawks waived rookie quarterback Levi Lewis on Friday.

Lewis signed with Seattle as an undrafted free agent out of Louisiana-Lafayette earlier this month. Lewis and rookie tryout quarterback Kaleb Eleby from Western Michigan were the two quarterbacks with the team for their rookie mini-camp.

The release of Lewis leaves the Seahawks with one opening on their 90-man roster. Geno Smith, Drew Lock and Jacob Eason are the three quarterback until contract currently with the Seahawks.

Lewis was productive during his four-plus years at Louisiana-Lafayette, throwing for 9,191 yards with 74 touchdowns and 18 interceptions. However, Lewis is also extremely undersized for the position at under 5-foot-9.

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The first practice for the new rookie class for the Seattle Seahawks is now in the books. After three days of work at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center, the rookies will now be able to join their veteran teammates moving forward.

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