Sherman is likely to add that accolade to his resume this season if he stays healthy. He was an Associated Press first-team All-Pro selection last season.
That’s the challenge facing the Jaguars (0-2) when they travel to Seattle (2-0) this Sunday. For Jaguars coach Gus Bradley, he’ll be going up against the secondary he helped develop as the Seahawks defensive coordinator from 2009-12.
“We play a very aggressive style and we were able to get guys that accent that,” Seattle coach Pete Carroll said. “They have bought in to the camaraderie, chemistry and commitment that it takes to be truly uniquely connected. They were able to take that to a whole different level.”
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