The Seattle Seahawks sported one of the NFL’s best defenses in 2012 due in large part to their tremendous secondary play. Cornerbacks Richard Sherman and Brandon Browner combined for 11 interceptions as they laid claim to the title of “best cornerback tandem”. The problem is, ever other Seahawks corner combined for 0 interceptions. When teams attacked the Seattle secondary with multiple-receiver sets, they had a tough time defending it on their way to blowing several fourth-quarter leads last year, and they could be looking to prevent that in 2013 with the signing of the top free agent corner on the market:
Seahawks closing in on deal to have nickel CB Antoine Winfield join Richard Sherman and Brandon Browner in one of league’s best secondaries
— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) April 10, 2013
The Baltimore Ravens have agreed to a deal with middle linebacker Rolando McClain, who was cut last week by the Oakland Raiders.