DeShawn Shead has always been willing to do whatever it takes to help make his team better. The fifth-year pro has thrived on special teams while learning and playing multiple positions in the Seattle Seahawks’ secondary. Over the years he has seen time at the free safety, strong safety, nickleback and cornerback positions.
Now in 2016, he has solidified his role at starting cornerback opposite of Richard Sherman. With Sheads’ emergence, Seattle’s “Legion of Boom” is getting it’s swagger back to their typical level.
Sheads’ teammates and coaches spoke about the important role in the secondary. Watch the video below:
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