Draft Scout Snapshot: 2010: A ten-game starter, ranked third in receptions with 36 and fourth in yards with 396 despite missing two and a half games due to an injury suffered at Cal … Second-leading receiver in the BCS Championship Game with 75 yards on three catches, including a 43-yard reception. 2009: Played in 12 games with nine starts … Team’s third-leading receiver (24 catches, 217 yards) in his first year on campus despite not making his first reception until the fourth game of the year … Enjoyed his best game at Arizona, grabbing four passes for 60 yards, including was a 37-yard catch that kept the Ducks’ second-quarter touchdown drive alive. JUCO: Ranked as the No. 8 junior college receiver by JCGridiron.com … Tallied 41 catches for 680 yards and three touchdowns in his first and only season at Golden West.
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04/16/13 - WR Lavasier Tuinei had his contract terminated by the Bengals.
01/03/13 - WR Lavasier Tuinei was signed to a contract for 2013 by the Bengals.
11/06/12 - WR Charly Martin was released by the Seattle Seahawks, who also released wide receiver Lavasier Tuinei from their practice squad.
Martin has four receptions and one special teams tackle in four games this season, including one start. But the Seahawks chose keep wide receiver Jermaine Kearse, who was promoted from the practice squad last week and had his first career reception against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.
10/31/12 - WR Lavasier Tuinei was added to the Seahawks' practice squad.
04/30/12 - Soon after the draft the Seahawks agreed to terms with 10 undrafted rookie free agents. It's an important list for Seattle, because guys like Josh Portis, Jeron Johnson, Doug Baldwin and Ricardo Lockette all finished the season on the 53-man roster last year. University of Washington receiver Jermaine Kearse will stay home, agreeing to terms with Seattle to join the team's 90-man roster. Kearse worked out in front of Seattle wide receiver coach Kippy Brown at UW's pro day, and also attended the local pro day at the Seahawks facility on April 5. Here's the full list: Phil Bates, WR, Ohio U; London Durham, CB, McNeese State; Rishaw Johnson, OG, California (PA); Jermaine Kearse, WR, Washington; Sean McGrath, TE, Henderson State ;Jon Opperud, OT, Montana; DeShawn Shead, DB, Portland State; Monte Taylor, LEO, Cincinnati; Lavasier Tuinei, WR, Oregon; Carson Wiggs, K, Purdue. - The Sports Xchange