Rookie third-round pick Shaquill Griffin (left) is already showing so much aptitude with the teachings of Richard Sherman (right), the three-time All-Pro is considering a deeper dive with Griffin to teach him the nuances of starting as a cornerback for the Seahawks. Griffin will do that Sunday in Seattle’s preaseason opener at the Los Angeles Chargers.
Rookie third-round pick Shaquill Griffin (left) is already showing so much aptitude with the teachings of Richard Sherman (right), the three-time All-Pro is considering a deeper dive with Griffin to teach him the nuances of starting as a cornerback for the Seahawks. Griffin will do that Sunday in Seattle’s preaseason opener at the Los Angeles Chargers. Elaine Thompson AP
Rookie third-round pick Shaquill Griffin (left) is already showing so much aptitude with the teachings of Richard Sherman (right), the three-time All-Pro is considering a deeper dive with Griffin to teach him the nuances of starting as a cornerback for the Seahawks. Griffin will do that Sunday in Seattle’s preaseason opener at the Los Angeles Chargers. Elaine Thompson AP
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August 12, 2017 01:12 PM

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