The Seahawks are reportedly going to sign 30-year-old cornerback Perrish Cox (29), here playing for the Tennessee Titans in October tackling Buffalo quarterback Tyrod Taylor. His signing is more evidence of how needy Seattle is in its defensive secondary.
The Seahawks are reportedly going to sign 30-year-old cornerback Perrish Cox (29), here playing for the Tennessee Titans in October tackling Buffalo quarterback Tyrod Taylor. His signing is more evidence of how needy Seattle is in its defensive secondary. Mark Zaleski AP
The Seahawks are reportedly going to sign 30-year-old cornerback Perrish Cox (29), here playing for the Tennessee Titans in October tackling Buffalo quarterback Tyrod Taylor. His signing is more evidence of how needy Seattle is in its defensive secondary. Mark Zaleski AP
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News of Perrish Cox signing soon more evidence of how needy Seahawks are in secondary

January 18, 2017 04:30 PM

UPDATED January 19, 2017 11:33 AM

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