Seattle is giving a former Tennessee tight end another look.

The Seahawks announced Wednesday that they have signed Dominick Wood-Anderson. It’s Wood-Anderson’s second time with Seattle. He signed with the Seahawks after the 2020 NFL Draft but was let go as part of roster cuts from 90 to 80 players.

Wood-Anderson began his college career at the JUCO level, playing for Arizona Western Community College. In 2018, he transferred to Tennessee.

In two seasons with the Vols, the 6-4, 247-pounder played in 24 games (17 starts), recording 38 catches for 408 yards and 3 touchdowns.