It speaks well of a player if he can maintain his production while going from a perennial Super Bowl contender in New England to the, well, “black hole” of Oakland.
It also speaks well of a player if he can be a Pro Bowler as both a 3-4 defensive end and a 4-3 defensive tackle.
Richard Seymour is one of the best defensive players of his generation and a likely Hall of Famer. But while he shows no signs of slowing down, he’ll also turn 32 next season.
Here’s a countdown of 10 teams that might be willing to overlook the ramifications of Seymour’s advancing age in the future, focusing instead on what he’ll provide in the present.