UPDATE: From the man himself:
I been patiently waiting for a call... on my way to Seattle with the biggest chip on my shoulder #BlessedAndHumble— Robertson (@ROBERTSON_9TWO) November 18, 2014
During the offseason, Travian Robertson was looking like he might have a shot at some real playing time. The third-year pro became a player fans were expecting to see a lot of. Remember this?
Travian Robertson just beasted through Hawley twice. Robertson widely considered strongest player on team. #aftc14— Jay Adams (@FalconsJAdams) July 28, 2014
The 6-foot-4, 304-pound defensive tackle got only Antone-esque snaps in his first two seasons, before ending up on the team's 2014 practice squad.
Now he is part of the Super Bowl champs roster, based on the twitter account an unverified user who lists #92 (Robertson's number) as her husband.
Thank you God! Go Seahawks— Kettiany Robertson (@MrsR_92) November 18, 2014
@TheBlondeTweets we are Seahawks now!— Kettiany Robertson (@MrsR_92) November 18, 2014
The Seattle Seahawks, looking to replace run plugger Brandon Mebane, appear to have signed the former 7th rounder to replace him.
Best of luck to Robertson, who should be given a chance to earn snaps early and often in the NFC West. The only thing that could make me feel a bit better is if the team adds Geraldo "Amsterdam" Boldewijn to the open practice squad spot, as he's definitely a fan favorite.
Your thoughts on the move?