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Is he ready to make the leap to All-Pro?
Can he play clean and healthy?
In a day and age where concerns about health and safety are finally starting to become a hot-button issue in football, Kam Chancellor continues to play the game with reckless abandon.
It's a worry for just about every player, but Chancellor seemed to have a knack for being in the wrong place at the wrong time last year and while it may have helped earn him a Pro-Bowl nod, could he be a danger to himself as well as the players he tackles?
Asking Chancellor to dial his game down a notch might be a difficult if not unpopular view, but here's hoping that he can find a way to make plays without hurting anyone or gaining a reputation as a dirty player.
Was last year a fluke?
At the beginning of last season Brandon Browner looked more like a liability than an asset, but over the course of the season he managed to piece together a Pro-Bowl season.
Sure it seems like anyone can get an invite to the Pro-Bowl given the number of players each year who bail, but for Browner it had to be especially special having made the squad in his first year in the NFL after having moved from the CFL.
Yet as much as I'd like to say Browner will build upon last season, I keep wondering if we've already seen his best?
I don't think last year was a fluke, but I'm not sure he's even the team's best corner...
Will he be able to build upon his rookie year?
Opposite Browner, is a guy that could do great things if given the chance at cornerback.
From a technical standpoint, Sherman should improve with another year under his belt, but I question whether he has the maturity to contain the fire in his soul. Last season Sherman had a knack for living dangerously on the field exhibiting both brilliance and bone-headedness by letting his passion consume him.
This season if he can put it all together over a full schedule a trip to the Pro-Bowl should be a lock.
Can he help make this secondary elite?
Sadly when it came to predicting the Seahawks draft choices for this April, I didn't get a single selection correct with the exception of one guy.
Back in March when I had the 'Hawks selecting Guy, my thoughts revolved around adding depth to an arguably strong position with someone who can deliver and today my thoughts remain unchanged.
Does he have anything left in the tank?
For sentimental reasons I think a lot of us would hope so, but it's probably best to keep expectations to a minimum given Trufant's recent injury history.
If he can lend a hand in nickel packages and come off the bench when needed, it could make a lot of people happy throughout the Pacific Northwest.