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Bryant is expected to start the 2022 season as the Seahawks' starting nickel corner, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. The Seahawks traded Ugo Amadi to the Eagles earlier in August and cut both Marquise Brown -- a 2019 second-round pick -- and Justin Coleman on Tuesday. Those three players were the only other corners to onsistently take slot reps. Bryant may have a short leash, but he has impressed during training camp and the preseason to secure the starting job.... See More ... See Less
Seahawks' Coby Bryant: Handling nickel corner dutiesBryant handled some reps at nickel cornerback during Saturday's 32-25 preseason loss to the Steelers, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Bryant had some mishaps during the exhibition game. He allowed rookie wideout George Pickens to beat him on a go route for a 26-yard touchdown, and he missed an open-field tackle that led to a big gain. However, the rookie cornerback seemed to get better as the game went along, both as a tackler and in coverage. Winning the nickel job may be his quickest way onto the field, especially following news that Ugo Amadi -- a contender for the nickel corner role -- has been traded to the Eagles, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network.... See More ... See Less
Seahawks' Coby Bryant: Turning heads at training campBryant has impressed the coaching staff so far at training camp, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. "Really sharp in his attention to detail," defensive coordinator Clint Hurtt said. "Good football sense and awareness for a young football player." Bryant has showcased his ball tracking ability during the early portion of training camp, as he has broken up multiple passes against much larger receivers. The coaching staff is taking notice, too. However, Bryant is still showing flashes that he's a rookie, so the fourth-rounder may need some refining before he takes over a starting job in Seattle. He certainly has the tools and instincts to secure the role in due time, though.... See More ... See Less
Seahawks' Coby Bryant: Punches ticket for SeattleThe Seahawks selected Bryant in the fourth round of the 2022 NFL Draft, 109th overall. Bryant joins the Seahawks after five seasons at Cincinnati, where he played across from Ahmad Gardner, who went fourth overall to the Jets. Bryant performed well in his final season, earning First Team All-American honors while recording 46 tackles, a team-high 14 pass breakups and three interceptions. The Seahawks' secondary is wide open, so Bryant could compete for a starting job right away.... See More ... See Less
Seattle Seahawks@Seahawks1D agoDon't leave @CobyBryant8_ unguarded. 📺: #ATLvsSEA on FOX https://t.co/0Gqk7wn9yF
Field Gulls@FieldGulls1D agoA Coby Bryant sack!!
Seattle Seahawks@Seahawks1D agoCOBY GOT THERE! 😤 https://t.co/TcsV5LSxRN
John Boyle@johnpboyle1D agoCoby Bryant blitzes and gets the sack.
Dugar, Michael-Shawn@MikeDugar1D agoCoby Bryant can blitz
Field Gulls@FieldGulls8D agoAnother stop? Nope. Another penalty on Coby.
John Boyle@johnpboyle8D agoSeahawks looked to have a much-needed quick stop, but Coby Bryant was flagged for illegal contact to extend the drive.