Seattle Seahawks safety Dion Bailey works drills during an organized team activity practice in Renton in 2014. Bailey has moved up to the team’s top safety spot with Kam Chancellor holding out.
Seattle Seahawks safety Dion Bailey works drills during an organized team activity practice in Renton in 2014. Bailey has moved up to the team’s top safety spot with Kam Chancellor holding out. Elaine Thompson AP file 2014
Seattle Seahawks safety Dion Bailey works drills during an organized team activity practice in Renton in 2014. Bailey has moved up to the team’s top safety spot with Kam Chancellor holding out. Elaine Thompson AP file 2014

Dion Bailey goes from overlooked, injured and late to No. 1 strong safety

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