SEATTLE -- With Percy Harvin out after hip surgery, it seemed very likely wide receiver Kearse would end up on the Seattle Seahawks final roster.
He likely cemented his spot Saturday night, showing off skills he never displayed in college or the pros.
Kearse caught a 12-yard touchdown pass from Russell Wilson and returned a kickoff 107 yards for a score and the Seahawks used big plays to rout the Denver Broncos 40-10 in a preseason game.
Brandon Browner added a 106-yard fumble return for a touchdown, one of three turnovers forced by the Seahawks in the first half.
Browner earlier forced a fumble and O'Brien Schofield also had a forced fumble and recovery.
Peyton Manning played the first 11/2 quarters and threw an 11-yard touchdown to Wes Welker, and Von Miller played briefly after missing his first training camp practice Thursday to consult with the union's lawyers over his appeal of his suspension.
But those appearances were secondary for the Broncos.
Starting defensive end Derek Wolfe was taken off the field on a stretcher after injuring his neck in the first quarter.
Denver later saw starting right guard Louis Vasquez leave with a left knee injury. The Broncos already had lost center Dan Koppen for the season with a torn ACL early in camp.
Wolfe was hurt with 9 minutes left in the quarter and on Seattle's first offensive drive while he was blocked on a running play in which the Seahawks' Robert Turbin gained 8 yards. The Broncos said Wolfe was being evaluated for a cervical spine injury and had movement in all of his extremities.
Denver coach John Fox said at halftime that a CT scan showed no broken bones and the team was awaiting results of an MRI.