Nickel defensive back Justin Coleman had the most entertaining play of the Seahawks’ mainly disappointing 2017 season on Christmas Eve, this leap into The Salvation Army kettle in Dallas after an interception return for a touchdown. Seattle rewarded the 24-year-old on Monday by offering him $2.914 million to stay with the team in 2018 as a restricted free agent.
Nickel defensive back Justin Coleman had the most entertaining play of the Seahawks’ mainly disappointing 2017 season on Christmas Eve, this leap into The Salvation Army kettle in Dallas after an interception return for a touchdown. Seattle rewarded the 24-year-old on Monday by offering him $2.914 million to stay with the team in 2018 as a restricted free agent. Michael Ainsworth AP
Nickel defensive back Justin Coleman had the most entertaining play of the Seahawks’ mainly disappointing 2017 season on Christmas Eve, this leap into The Salvation Army kettle in Dallas after an interception return for a touchdown. Seattle rewarded the 24-year-old on Monday by offering him $2.914 million to stay with the team in 2018 as a restricted free agent. Michael Ainsworth AP
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March 12, 2018 10:47 PM

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Gregg Bell joined The News Tribune in July 2014. Bell had been the director of writing for the University of Washington's athletic department for four years. He was the senior national sports writer in Seattle for The Associated Press from 2005-10, covering the Seahawks in their first Super Bowl season and beyond. He's also been The Sacramento Bee's beat writer on the Oakland Athletics and Raiders. The native of Steubenville, Ohio, is a 1993 graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., and a 2000 graduate of the University of California, Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism.