RENTON, Wash. (AP) When it became clear Bradley McDougald was going to be the Seattle Seahawks' starting strong safety the rest of the season, he immediately started figuring out ways to pick up whatever tips and suggestions he could from Kam Chancellor.
The same is true of rookie cornerback Shaquill Griffin, who's been asked to take on more responsibility since the loss of Richard Sherman.
"That's the role I'm trying to pick up on and (Sherman) is continuing to help me every day," Griffin said. "He calls me before games and after games so I can get his insights on the game. I'm taking it upon myself to take care of that role the correct way. I feel like I'm doing a pretty decent job with it and I'm only going to get better from here."