According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Seattle Seahawks brought in free agent cornerback Marcus Trufant for a workout.
One possibility to replace Browner/Thurmond? Former Seahawks star Marcus Trufant, who worked out for them today. Would be a cool story
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 26, 2013
With Brandon Browner out for the...
Marcus Trufant should not be the last free agent the Jacksonville Jaguars make before the start of the preseason. With there being so many "quality" free agents still on the market, the Jaguars and other teams who need not only starters and depth on their rosters.Trufant was on Seattle's roster last season with new Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley. The move was a no-brainer...
John Oesher reports that free agent CB Marcus Trufant is visiting with the Jaguars on Tuesday.
Trufant, 32, was with the Seahawks last year and played for Jaguars new head coach Gus Bradley, so it makes sense that they would at least consider the idea of signing him for some depth. Despite playing a limited role last season, Trufant was rated as an above-average corner. Jacksonville...
Marcus Trufant has played in a Super Bowl and a Pro Bowl, and is now in his 10th season with his hometown team.
Yet for all those experiences, one of the most special moments in his football career with the Seattle Seahawks will come this weekend when he takes the field against his younger brother Isaiah of the New York Jets, and after youngest brother Desmond, a senior at Washington...
Via AP on Fox
November 07, 2012
REMEMBER HOW cool it was when Marcus Trufant was chosen 11th overall by the Seahawks in the 2003 NFL draft?
Coug fans typically root for the Seahawks, too, which meant they could continue to follow Trufant in Seattle just like they did in Pullman.
Trufant can’t believe how fast the time has passed. Get this – the standout cornerback is 31 now, which makes him the oldest player on the team.
Today’s NFL is a business and the players are the commodity. Football fans either follow a team or they follow players. In rare occasions when the team’s savior leaves he does so with such class that even a teams most hardened fan continues to root for him, but this form of appreciation is rare. Lose too [...]
According to ProFootballWeekly.com, the belief in Seattle is that veteran cornerback Marcus Trufant will be a great fit as the Seahawks’ nickel-back this coming season.
“This is good for him, since he won’t have to turn and run downfield as much and can keep plays in front of him,” said one team source, per PFW.
Trufant is still a talented player even though...
The Seattle Seahawks reached an agreement Monday on a one-year deal with veteran cornerback Marcus Trufant.
Trufant, who has dealt with lingering injuries the past three seasons, had been released by Seattle in March.
The former first-round pick played in just four games last season and was placed on injured reserve Oct. 17 with a back injury.
Trufant has 612 tackles and 21 interceptions...
The Seattle Seahawks agreed to terms Monday with longtime cornerback Marcus Trufant on a one-year deal.
Trufant's time in Seattle appeared over when he was released by the team with two years left on his contract on March 7. Trufant was scheduled to make $7.2 and $8.8 million in base salary the next two years. He missed significant time the last three seasons with injuries and...
Via AP on Fox
April 09, 2012
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According to Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times, the Seattle Seahawks plan on releasing veteran cornerback Marcus Trufant.
Trufant played in only four games in 2011 after suffering a back injury.
Trufant’s scheduled to make over $4 million in 2012, which is way to much for an aging veteran with back problems.
The Seahawks are expected to make an official announcement at some point today.