The Seattle Seahawks have signed former Denver wide receiver Brandon Stokley, reuniting him with offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates.

Seattle made the move on Tuesday, along with signing offensive linemen Allen Barbre and Breno Giacomini. The Seahawks released running back/fullback Quinton Ganther and offensive linemen Mike Gibson and Mansfield Wrotto to make room.

Stokley played in all 16 games last season for Denver but had just 19 catches. Two years ago, when Bates was the Broncos offensive coordinator, Stokley had 49 receptions, second most in his career.

Barbre started seven games for Green Bay last year, while Giacomini was signed from the Green Bay practice squad.