Although a backup in the first three games this season, Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Jordan Hill is the team’s fourth-leading tackler (11 total) with a fumble recovery and three tackles for loss.
Although a backup in the first three games this season, Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Jordan Hill is the team’s fourth-leading tackler (11 total) with a fumble recovery and three tackles for loss. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press
Although a backup in the first three games this season, Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Jordan Hill is the team’s fourth-leading tackler (11 total) with a fumble recovery and three tackles for loss. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press

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