Seahawks corner back Justin Coleman (middle) celebrates with teammate Marcus Smith and the team’s mascot after Coleman’s interception return scored Sunday night’s first touchdown of Seattle’s win over Indianapolis. Coleman and Smith were bit role players until circumstances changed their luck Sunday.
Seahawks corner back Justin Coleman (middle) celebrates with teammate Marcus Smith and the team’s mascot after Coleman’s interception return scored Sunday night’s first touchdown of Seattle’s win over Indianapolis. Coleman and Smith were bit role players until circumstances changed their luck Sunday. Joshua Bessex joshua.bessex@gateline.com
Seahawks corner back Justin Coleman (middle) celebrates with teammate Marcus Smith and the team’s mascot after Coleman’s interception return scored Sunday night’s first touchdown of Seattle’s win over Indianapolis. Coleman and Smith were bit role players until circumstances changed their luck Sunday. Joshua Bessex joshua.bessex@gateline.com
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