Seahawks starting cornerback DeShawn Shead, here signing autographs after a training-camp practice, could re-sign with the team even if Seattle doesn’t tender the restricted free agent an offer by Thursday. His recovery from reconstructive knee surgery in late January complicates his future.
Seahawks starting cornerback DeShawn Shead, here signing autographs after a training-camp practice, could re-sign with the team even if Seattle doesn’t tender the restricted free agent an offer by Thursday. His recovery from reconstructive knee surgery in late January complicates his future. Peter Haley TNT staff photographer
Seahawks starting cornerback DeShawn Shead, here signing autographs after a training-camp practice, could re-sign with the team even if Seattle doesn’t tender the restricted free agent an offer by Thursday. His recovery from reconstructive knee surgery in late January complicates his future. Peter Haley TNT staff photographer
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GM Schneider: DeShawn Shead’s “just had really bad luck”; yet he could return even without Seahawks tender

March 07, 2017 01:35 PM

UPDATED March 08, 2017 03:26 PM

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