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A breakdown of the Seattle Seahawks’ 2019 free-agent signings.

Akeem King, defensive back

The Seahawks re-signed Akeem King to a one-year deal worth $1.4 million on Friday, a source tells ESPN. Here’s a closer look at the defensive back who spent the past two seasons with Seattle.

What it means: Bringing back King is the first move by the Seahawks and it’s a notable one even though he’s an under-the-radar player. In addition to playing left and right cornerback, King has worked in the slot and at safety — a la DeShawn Shead. That versatility could come in handy given the state of Seattle’s secondary, which is about to say goodbye to Earl Thomas and also could lose nickelback Justin Coleman in free agency. King, a seventh-round pick by the Falcons in 2015, appeared in all 16 games last season while making one start and playing 145 defensive snaps, per Pro Football Reference. King, who will be 27 by the start of next season, was one of Seattle’s four restricted free agents along with tackle/tight end George Fant, defensive lineman Quinton Jefferson and fullback Tre Madden.

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What’s the risk: There’s not much risk here. King’s one-year deal includes a $400,000 signing bonus, according to a source. He can make up to $2.05 million in all with incentives tied to playing time and interceptions. The max value of $2.05 million is slightly more than what King would have stood to make had the Seahawks given him the low RFA tender, which is worth a non-guaranteed $2.025 million. But if he makes the full amount, it means he became a significant contributor. And if not, the Seahawks will have paid him less than what they would have with the low tender. King is guaranteed more money on his deal than he would have been guaranteed on the tender. There’s more reward than risk for both sides.

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RENTON, Wash. — After All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman went down with a season-ending Achilles injury last month, the Seattle Seahawks repeatedly touted their good fortune to have two former starters in Byron Maxwell and Jeremy Lane available to step in.

A third could be on the way now that DeShawn Shead has taken a significant step in his return from a knee injury that has kept him on the physically unable to perform list all season. Coach Pete Carroll had been saying for several weeks that Shead was getting close to being able to begin practicing. It finally happened Wednesday.

“It’s been a long haul for him, and anytime you ever heard me talk about him, I would tell you he’s ridiculously on it in terms of his rehab and his effort and his preparation and all of that,” Carroll said. “I’m thrilled for him to come back to the practice now and have a chance. He’s got three weeks to show where he is and all that, and we’ll take a good look at it with our fingers crossed and high hopes that he’ll be able to help us out.”

Carroll’s mention of Shead having three weeks refers to the rules for players returning from PUP. Once they begin practicing, they have 21 days to be activated or else they’re ineligible for the remainder of the season. Technically, a team could activate a player any time during that window. Realistically, though, Shead will need at least two weeks of practice, if not all three, before he has any chance of playing.

So what has already been a long wait for Shead will at least be a little longer. The 29-year-old underwent reconstructive surgery after tearing his ACL in Seattle’s divisional-round loss to Atlanta in January. Then he needed to have a second procedure over the summer to clean up scarring in his knee. That reduced him to a spectator over the first 13 weeks.

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“It was definitely tough, tough to go out there and sit on the sidelines and watch your brothers play the game and not be out there with them and be able to go to battle with them,” Shead said. “It was definitely a grind, but I’m happy to be back.”

Shead rejoins a secondary that has been in flux over the past three months, particularly at cornerback. Lane began the season as the starter on the right side, taking over the job that Shead had held since late in 2015. Lane’s groin injury opened the door for rookie Shaquill Griffin to replace him, and with Lane relegated to a high-priced backup, Seattle (8-4) sent him to Houston only to get him back when a failed physical nixed his inclusion in the Duane Brown trade.

Sherman’s injury in Week 10 against Arizona pushed Lane back into the starting lineup, this time on the left side, and it led the Seahawks to bring back Maxwell to reinforce their cornerback depth. Maxwell was pressed into action when Griffin suffered a concussion two plays into the Atlanta game in Week 11, which also kept him out the following week versus San Francisco. Maxwell outplayed Lane during those two games, so Seattle made him the starter on the left side when Griffin returned Sunday night against Philadelphia.

Maxwell’s performance was a mixed bag. He allowed a 51-yard completion and a 27-yard touchdown, both to Nelson Agholor on scramble plays, and he sealed Seattle’s victory with a fourth-quarter interception.

Carroll confirmed Wednesday that Maxwell will remain the starter over Lane.

“I thought he did a good job last week and had a couple plays that were kind of unusual situations, but he played really well throughout and we really like the way he’s growing with us and getting back in our style and all,” Carroll said. “He’s doing a good job.”

With Griffin playing well on the right side, it won’t be easy for Shead to reclaim his starting spot. He would never expect it to be given the way his career has gone. Shead played college ball at an FCS school — Portland State — and went undrafted in 2012. He spent most of his first two seasons on the Seahawks’ practice squad and didn’t become a starter until late in his fourth season.

He knows he’ll have to prove himself all over again.

“I expect to earn my spot back, I expect to earn my way back onto the field,” Shead said, emphasizing the word. “Nothing was never given to me, so that’s what I know.”

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Shead’s injury came at an interesting time contractually. He had been in the NFL since 2012 but had accrued only three seasons toward free agency, making him a restricted free agent. Buffalo showed interest and the two sides talked numbers, but the Seahawks brought him back on a one-year deal worth as much as $1.2 million.

That represented a raise from the $760,000 he made in 2016. It was a generous amount given the circumstances, with Shead less than two months removed from knee surgery and no certainty about when he’d be back.

“It meant a lot. It meant that they had a lot of trust in me and they know what type of person I was, they knew I was going to attack this process 110 percent and take it as another challenge to come back and be better than I was before,” Shead said. “It means a lot to me that they know who I am and they know that I’m going to come back and come back better than the way I left.

“So for them to trust in me and then give me what they did, I’m not going to let them down.”

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SEATTLE — Seattle Seahawks left tackle George Fant tore his ACL in his right knee during Friday’s preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings and will have to undergo season-ending surgery.

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“I’m really broken-hearted about George Fant getting hurt,” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said. “Just unfortunate. He’s done so much and come so far.”

Fant suffered the injury with 8 minutes, 49 seconds left in the second quarter. He was moving backward in pass protection when teammate Justin Britt, who was on the ground, rolled into him. Fant immediately went to the ground and clutched the knee. Trainers tended to him for several minutes before carting Fant off the field.
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Fant started 10 games at left tackle last year and was going to start there again in 2017.

Carroll said earlier this summer that Fant had the best offseason of any Seahawks player. Fant bulked up from 296 pounds to 320 pounds.

After Fant’s injury, second-year player Rees Odhiambo took over at left tackle. Luke Joeckel, who has been playing left guard, could also be an option to play that spot going forward.

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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Close.

And getting closer.

This was how Morris Claiborne responded when asked to compare himself to the elite cornerbacks in the NFL.

“I can’t rank myself nowhere right now. I’m not a Pro Bowler yet,” he said Wednesday in the New York Jets’ locker room. “Those guys are three-time and four-time Pro Bowlers. I’m working to get there, but I don’t feel like I’m far behind.”

Claiborne can boost his stature on Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons if Jets coach Todd Bowles and defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers decide to assign their No. 1 corner to all-world wide receiver Julio Jones. It could be a reputation-changer for Claiborne, who’s still trying to distance himself from the “talented, but oft-injured” label that marked his time with the Dallas Cowboys.

“When you have a top receiver in the league that comes in, you want those challenges,” said Claiborne, the sixth overall draft pick in 2012. “If you don’t want those challenges, you shouldn’t be playing cornerback in this league. Those are the moments you live for.”

Clairborne has been one of the bright spots for the Jets, but this is the week when they need him to be a young Darrelle Revis. He’s their only healthy, proven starter at cornerback.
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Buster Skrine (concussion) is a question mark, meaning their top three corners for this game probably will be Clairborne, Darryl Roberts and Juston Burris, a former fourth-round pick who could be summoned from the witness protection program. None of them play the slot, so Bowles will have to perform lineup “gymnastics” (his word) to fill the void. Their fourth and fifth corners are Robert Nelson (just up from the practice squad) and rookie Derrick Jones.

The Jets are thin even with a healthy Skrine, so it will be interesting to see if they do anything before next week’s trading deadline. Jeremy Lane, the Seattle Seahawks’ slot corner, was benched this week and could be on the block. Justin Bethel is in a similar situation with the Arizona Cardinals. Bowles coached Bethel in Arizona, so there’s a connection. Byron Maxwell is a free agent, having been cut this week by the Miami Dolphins.

Frankly, it would be a surprise if the Jets, in rebuilding mode, part with a draft pick.

For now, they have to figure out a way to extend the Falcons’ offensive funk. Jones is putting up decent numbers (34 catches, 466 yards), but he didn’t score his first touchdown until last week. But don’t believe the numbers; he’s still a freakishly talented player with tremendous size at 6-foot-3.

“He’s a bear,” Bowles said.
Jones moves around the formation and runs 26 percent of his routes from the slot — a problem for the Jets. They can have Claiborne shadow him everywhere or they can cook up a two-pronged game plan, depending on the formation and down and distance. Me? I’d mix up the coverages. On certain downs, I’d double Jones with a corner and safety and put Claiborne on another receiver. That’s no knock on Claiborne, it’s just a reality: You can’t leave Jones in single coverage on every play.

Clearly, Claiborne believes he’s up for the challenge. In 2015 he did a solid job on Jones, holding him to four catches for 41 yards on eight targets.

“I’ll shadow the best receivers if it was up to me,” Claiborne said. “I love those type of matchups. I look forward to those type of matchups. It’s either you’re going to stand up or you’re going to stand down. You’re going to put yourself on — or not.”