Seahawks backup running back Bryce Brown scores against the Cardinals on Sunday. Brown, along with tight end Chase Coffman and safety Kelcie McCray are all players who the Seahawks have taken chances on this season — and all three are paying off big time heading into the playoffs.
Seahawks backup running back Bryce Brown scores against the Cardinals on Sunday. Brown, along with tight end Chase Coffman and safety Kelcie McCray are all players who the Seahawks have taken chances on this season — and all three are paying off big time heading into the playoffs. Rick Scuteri The Associated Press
Seahawks backup running back Bryce Brown scores against the Cardinals on Sunday. Brown, along with tight end Chase Coffman and safety Kelcie McCray are all players who the Seahawks have taken chances on this season — and all three are paying off big time heading into the playoffs. Rick Scuteri The Associated Press

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