Now, Cary Williams, who was released by the Eagles to make room for Maxwell, will sign with the Seahawks. Williams reportedly picked the Seahawks over the Tennessee Titans, New York Jets, and the Baltimore Ravens, his original team.
He’s hoping that joining the Legion of Boom will help his value as a dominant corner back once again. He’s now expected to start opposite to Richard Sherman, which would mean that he would be picked on a lot, as Maxwell was.
It is not known how much the 30-year-old corner is signing for since the team is strapped for cash. This is the second big news for Seahawks fan, as the team agreed to a new four-year deal with running back Marshawn Lynch on Friday night.
Williams was in Philadelphia for two seasons. Last season, he had 60 tackles, two interceptions, and 10 pass deflections in 16 games.
He also had 67 tackles, three interceptions, and 12 pass deflections in 2013.
He spent four years with the Ravens before joining the Eagles. He was a rookie with the Titans, where he played in one game in 2008.