Seahawks tackle Bradley Sowell (78) blocks as Trevone Boykin (2) hands the ball to running back Alex Collins (36) during Saturday’s exhibition game at Kansas City. Sowell, a backup for the Arizona Cardinals the past two seasons, is currently the Seahawks’ first-string left tackle responsible for protecting Russell Wilson’s blind side.
Seahawks tackle Bradley Sowell (78) blocks as Trevone Boykin (2) hands the ball to running back Alex Collins (36) during Saturday’s exhibition game at Kansas City. Sowell, a backup for the Arizona Cardinals the past two seasons, is currently the Seahawks’ first-string left tackle responsible for protecting Russell Wilson’s blind side. Ed Zurga The Associated Press
Seahawks tackle Bradley Sowell (78) blocks as Trevone Boykin (2) hands the ball to running back Alex Collins (36) during Saturday’s exhibition game at Kansas City. Sowell, a backup for the Arizona Cardinals the past two seasons, is currently the Seahawks’ first-string left tackle responsible for protecting Russell Wilson’s blind side. Ed Zurga The Associated Press

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