Flowers registered 67 tackles, six pass breakups and three forced fumbles in the 2018 season. Flowers played safety at Oklahoma State, but the Seahawks picked him in the fifth round of the 2018 NFL Draft to convert him to cornerback. The 6-foot-3 rookie made the switch quicker than expected, and coach Pete Carroll expects him to progress even further this offseason. "The sky is the limit for him. He's got all of the attributes that you're looking for," Carroll said, according to Mike Vorel of the Seattle Times. "He's one of those guys that the day he steps back with us in April, he's going to be a whole new football player."
Flowers had eight tackles (seven solo) in Monday's 21-7 win over the Seahawks. The eight tackles ties a season high for Flowers -- which he's now accomplished three times as he continues in his starting role at cornerback. The rookie fifth-round pick is showing great potential but he is still looking for his first interception and sack, which limits any potential IDP value.
Flower (hamstring) was a full participant during practice Wednesday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. After missing Week 2 against the Bears because of the hamstring issue, the 2018 fifth-round pick appears to be in a good spot to suit up against the Cowboys. Flowers started the opener against the Broncos and should do the same opposite Shaquill Griffin in Week 3.
Flowers (hamstring) is inactive for Monday's game against the Bears. The 2018 fifth-round pick has been dealing with a hamstring issue that will keep him on the sidelines during his first NFL primetime experience. Flowers has impressively transitioned into the professional sphere, so it's likely that he'll resume his starting role once he's back to full health. In the meantime, Neiko Thorpe and Justin Coleman appear to be the next men up.
Flowers made a team-high eight tackles (seven solo) and one pass breakup in Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Broncos. The rookie fifth-round pick was drafted as a safety but made the conversion to cornerback this offseason. He allowed Emmanuel Sanders to score on a 43-yard pass from Case Keenum in the second quarter, but he looked comfortable for the most part in the position. He'll face off against Mitchell Trubisky and the Bears in Week 2.
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