Found May 29, 2013 on Sports-Glory:

The Seattle Seahawks brought in cornerback Antoine Winfield to enhance the secondary by using his quickness and veteran knowledge as the nickel back.  The 14-year veteran is already showing his worth in Organized Team Activities. “He’s very crafty out there,” safety Kam Chancellor said. 

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