Seahawks Sign Two Cougars

April 29, 2004

PULLMAN, Wash. --- Washington State defensive end Isaac Brown and wide receiver Sammy Moore signed free agent deals with the Seattle Seahawks Thursday.

'I'm just excited to be able to continue my football career,' Brown said. 'There isn't a better place than to go across the state where I played my college football and get a shot with the Seahawks.'

Brown, who will make the switch from defensive end to linebacker in the NFL, started the final 26 games of his Cougar career beginning with the 2001 Sun Bowl. The Upland, Calif., product racked up 30.5 tackles for loss and 22.5 sacks during his tenure on the Palouse, both marks ranking in the top six all-time at WSU.

Moore piled up 1,633 all-purpose yards as a senior, good for fourth on Washington State's single season list. The Mesa, Ariz., native earned offensive most valuable player honors in the 2003 Holiday Bowl against Texas after hauling in touchdowns passes of 12 and 54 yards. Moore also returned a punt 51 yards to set up another score against the Longhorns.

Brown and Moore were among 12 players signed by Seattle Thursday.

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