The Seattle Seahawks made nine roster moves Monday to get closer to the league mandated 75-man roster ahead of Thursday night's pre season finale against the Oakland Raiders.

Pushing their pre season record to 3-0 with a 17-10 over Green Bay, the Seahawks will now prepare for the Raiders this Thursday night at Centurylink Field. The team made nine roster moves today.

Rookie defensive tackle Jesse Williams, the Seahawks fifth round draft pick from Australia by Way of Alabama was placed on injured reserve. Wide receiver Brett Swain's contract was terminated. released were linebackers Kyle Knox and Craig Wilkins, wide receiver Perez Ashford, tight ends Jameson Konz and Andrei Lintz, defensive tackle Martin Parker and Long snapper Kyle Nelson.

Monday’s moves mean the club will have to make six more by Tuesday afternoon.

Also, the Oakland Raiders announced Sunday that quarterback Terrelle Pryor would get the start against the Seahawks on Thursday night over former Seahawk Matt Flynn.

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