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Former EWU Receiver Signs With Seahawks

Former EWU receiver Greg Herd has signed with the Seahawks. (Photo courtesy EWU athletics) Former EWU receiver Greg Herd has signed with the Seahawks. (Photo courtesy EWU athletics)

Former Eastern Washington receiver Greg Herd has signed with the Seattle Seahawks, the team announced Wednesday.

Herd, a Tacoma native, originally agreed to terms with the Dallas Cowboys after going undrafted in April's NFL draft.

Herd was named an honorable mention All-Big Sky Conference in 2012 after hauling in 66 passes for 952 yards and seven touchdowns. The 6-foot-3, 200-pound receiver is ninth in Eastern Washington's record books with 165 career receptions, 11th 2,348 receiving yards and 13th with 17 touchdowns.

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