The Seahawks are rumored to be considering a significant reorganization.


It appears that the Seattle Seahawks will be making some changes to their defense this season. They are currently weighing a few options, according to ESPN insider Jeremy Fowler, in order to improve their secondary.

“Potential secondary shakeup: Seahawks are looking into multiple options due to pass-rush struggles, per sources, with newly acquired corners Bless Austin and Sidney Jones bracing for expanded roles, depending on what coach Pete Carroll decides for game day,” Fowler tweeted.

Seattle’s secondary has been terrible to begin the season, allowing 856 yards and five touchdowns through the air in only three games. Kirk Cousins of the Minnesota Vikings completed 30-of-38 passes for 323 yards and three touchdowns last week. He simply dismantled the Seahawks’ defense.

Seattle has started Tre Flowers and D.J. Reed at cornerback for the first three weeks. According to Fowler’s report, Blessuan Austin and Sidney Jones are expected to see more playing time this Sunday. The Seattle Seahawks will face the San Francisco 49ers in a “must-win game,” according to many fans. “Another loss would bring the Seahawks’ record to 1-3.

We’ll find out tomorrow afternoon what Seattle’s secondary “shakeup” entails. Nokia News



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