Ex-Packer Atari Bigby Brings Experience to Seahawks Secondary

It appears the Seahawks have taken a break from dipping into the fountain of youth for new players–for now–and have instead opted to bring in some veteran help for a rosy-cheeked secondary. At 5′-11″, 200 plus lbs, Atari Bigby, who most recently played for last year’s Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers, has average height and speed, and should be a serviceable backup for the team’s current starters Earl Thomas, and Kam chancellor. Bigby missed most of last season due to ankle surgery last August, but found his way back into the lineup by early November. After losing Jordan Babenieux–the Seahawks’ most recent, experienced backup safety–to the Tennessee Titans this year in free agency, Bigby is a new face younger players can look to for leadership.

Topics: 12th Man, Atari Bigby, Earl Thomas, Free Agency, Green Bay Packers, Kam Chancellor, Seattle Seahawks, Super Bowl, Tennessee Titans

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