Seahawks cut LT Kyle Williams

The Seattle Seahawks have waived fill-in starting left tackle Kyle Williams.

The move announced Tuesday suggests that Damion McIntosh knows enough of the offense to start in Seattle’s next game on Nov. 1 at Dallas or that nine-time Pro Bowl left tackle Walter Jones will be ready to make his season debut then.

McIntosh signed with the Seahawks last week. He was home in Kansas City for six weeks after the Chiefs released him. He said Tuesday he is “still working at” learning Seattle’s offense.

The 35-year-old Jones had a second operation on his left knee in nine months in August. He will try to practice next week, after the team returns from a four-day break.

Williams played two games after being promoted from the practice squad.