RENTON, Wash. (AP) -Wide receiver Keary Colbert was released by the Seattle Seahawks on Tuesday following a disappointing stint with the team.
Colbert came to Seattle in a trade with Denver on Sept. 17. The Seahawks gave up an undisclosed draft pick to acquire him, hoping he would boost an injury-depleted receiving corps.
But Colbert struggled to get involved in the offense, catching only seven passes in seven games with one touchdown. He also had a critical drop on third down early in the fourth quarter of Seattle's 21-19 loss at Miami last Sunday.
In addition to the Broncos, Colbert previously played for Carolina.

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