The left-knee injury from January and surgery to 2016 starting cornerback DeShawn Shead (right, on crutches in the Seahawks’ locker room Jan. 15) is why sixth-round draft choice Mike Tyson from the University of Cincinnati said Seattle’s coaches want him to try cornerback this year. Tyson was primarily a safety at UC.
The left-knee injury from January and surgery to 2016 starting cornerback DeShawn Shead (right, on crutches in the Seahawks’ locker room Jan. 15) is why sixth-round draft choice Mike Tyson from the University of Cincinnati said Seattle’s coaches want him to try cornerback this year. Tyson was primarily a safety at UC. Genna Martin AP
The left-knee injury from January and surgery to 2016 starting cornerback DeShawn Shead (right, on crutches in the Seahawks’ locker room Jan. 15) is why sixth-round draft choice Mike Tyson from the University of Cincinnati said Seattle’s coaches want him to try cornerback this year. Tyson was primarily a safety at UC. Genna Martin AP
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