The Seattle Seahawks have placed tackle Brandon Frye on injured reserve and signed veteran tackle Damion McIntosh to the 53-man roster, the team announced this afternoon.
The 10-year veteran McIntosh has played in 115 games with 111 starts playing for San Diego, Miami and Kansas City. He has tallied 93 starts at left tackle, 16 starts at right tackle and two starts at right guard during his career. McIntosh was originally San Diego's third round draft pick (83rd overall) in the 2000 NFL Draft out of Kansas State and has help block for the NFL's top running backs over the last decade in LaDainian Tomlinson, Ronnie Brown and Larry Johnson.
Seattle claimed Frye off waivers (Miami) on September 6 and he played in four games with three starts at left tackle before being injured vs. Jacksonville (10/11).
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