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Jaguars announced the signing of former Seahawks CB Marcus Trufant.

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Aww one of my favorite guys. Bye Marcus, good luck!


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So many fond memories of Trufant. Only thing I don't like seeing as a fan, is long time Seahawks finishing their careers somewhere else. Not saying that the reality isn't the reality, but still, I'm going to hold on to my rose glasses of Seattle sports.


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I'm happy he gets to keep his career going. Obviously, there just wasn't a spot left for him here, but he isn't that old (32). Jacksonville is a good place for him to go. He can mentor the young secondary that Gus is developing.


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Good for him. He was in a tough spot last year, and I'm glad he'll be able to go to a place where he'll fit in (since he already knows Gus's defense).

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I'd love to see him stay healthy and play good ball, he kind of went out poorly last season with our younger corners starting to take time from him. I hope 15 of his 16 games are a big success.


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I feel bad for Jacksonville. He's done.

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The best part of this is that chances are very good all three Trufant brothers will get to play in the same season. Has that ever happened?

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Does this mean he matches up with Tate or Harvin in week three?? :stirthepot:

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strange that Gus Bradley would want to take the weak link from the Seattle D to Jacksonville




unless he knows something fans don't...


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strange that Gus Bradley would want to take the weak link from the Seattle D to Jacksonville




unless he knows something fans don't...



Could be he knows a Seattle weak link could be a Jacksonville strong suit. Comparatively, anyway.

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strange that Gus Bradley would want to take the weak link from the Seattle D to Jacksonville




unless he knows something fans don't...

I am thinking it's more about the type of culture he wants to build in Jacksonville more than pure ability.

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the questionably weakest part of a great defense could be the greatest part of a questionably weak defense.

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Trufant also isn't a good fit for the Nickel slot/Zone. He's always been much better on the outside, where I suspect he'll have a better shot at playing in JAX.

Nothing but best wishes to him. Tru has been a rock on & off the field for this franchise, community & entire frickin' state for almost 2 decades.


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Good signing for the Jags, I doubt he starts but can mentor the 3 db's they just drafted. Just like Lawyer Milloy did for Kam/Earl


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Best of luck to the eldest Tru. I remember rooting for him in Tacoma even though he was a Wilson Ram and I, a Lincoln Abe. Wish he could've finished his entire football career in WA, but it's obviously getting cramped in the backfield.


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Age wise he is not that old. Back wise is is 60. If he can use his years of experience at corner he might have a place. I hope me makes it on the roster he was a fine player over the years for the hawks


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Always liked Trufant. I think he was undervalued by many of the fans the past season. I wish him nothing but the best in Jacksonville

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Congrats to him. Hopefully he makes the final 53. He can get you to the ground, tackling was never a weak point for him. That back problem he has though is going to be the one thing that probably derails his attempt at extending his career. Gus should think about moving him to safety.

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Tru is (was) one of my all time favorive Hawks, good luck in Jax.

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And the remaking of Jacksonville into Seattle East begins.


Exactly. Just like the Lions are Seattle North!

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Trufant is really underappreciated on here, IMO. Great player, teammate, and part of the Seattle community. Hope he does well in Jacksonville. Would be nice to see him retire as a Seahawk on a 1-Day contract.

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Trufant is not underappreciated on here - historically. Any decent Seahawks fan knows how good he has been for us, and how professional he has been. What people have noticed is how he has slowed down a bit the last few seasons, mostly just getting older.

I love Tru...one of my all time favorite Hawks. But he's not the same player anymore, clearly. It happens to the best of em.

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Trufant is really underappreciated on here, IMO. Great player, teammate, and part of the Seattle community. Hope he does well in Jacksonville. Would be nice to see him retire as a Seahawk on a 1-Day contract.


A agree wholeheartedly. Great story, stayed in WA his whole career.

On being not appreciated, not so much agreement. I have heard folks say stuff, but I bet even Russell made somebody mad at one time. Wait...

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The best part of this is that chances are very good all three Trufant brothers will get to play in the same season. Has that ever happened?



I think the Harmon brothers (Ronnie, Kevin, Derrick) came close, but pretty sure Derrick was out of the league a year before Kevin came to the Hawks.


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Bye Marcus, thanks for the memories. One I remember was him flying down the sideline with an INT for a TD in the Wash. playoff game 2007.

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I'm happy he gets to keep his career going. Obviously, there just wasn't a spot left for him here, but he isn't that old (32). Jacksonville is a good place for him to go. He can mentor the young secondary that Gus is developing.

:13: somehow though, I doubt he will make their 53 man roster,...losing a step or two, plus back issues,...he has to rely on veteran smarts to play now,...I kind of wish he would have just retired,...anyway, good luck to you Marcus.


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Bye Marcus, thanks for the memories. One I remember was him flying down the sideline with an INT for a TD in the Wash. playoff game 2007.


Before the back injury, there was a good stretch of 3-4 years where you could make the case Trufant was the most dangerous guy on the whole team with the ball in his hands. Think he only wound up with 2-3 TD's in his career, but any INT he got where there was some space to work with, he always came within a few hairs of breaking it - very Golden Tate-ish. I've always thought that if Holmgren had taken some chances and used him on PR or some trick O plays, he could've really been electric.

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Now what do I do with my framed/autographed Trufant jersey? Or my autographed mini-helmet? Or my autographed Trufant clock?

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..........Nothing but best wishes to him. Tru has been a rock on & off the field for this franchise, community & entire frickin' state for almost 2 decades.

Couldn't have said it better. It's been a pleasure watching you all these years Tru (WSU and the Hawks). Hope all goes well in Jax.

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Gonna miss me some Tru! As others have mentioned moving him off the corner was his downfall.

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Always liked Trufant. I think he was undervalued by many of the fans the past season. I wish him nothing but the best in Jacksonville


I'll admit, I didn't like him ever really. Although he wasn't a Ruskell pick.......he reminds me of the Ruskell era. Just my opinion, please don't get your panties in a bunch. I want to forget that time.

He was great in the community, but thought he never lived up to expectations on the field.

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Thanks for everything Tru! Not the best CB ive seen but he had a couple great seasons and always gave full effort.

Best of luck this season in Jacksonville and retirement. Hope ur younger brothers do well except against the Seahawks!

Glad Gus game him at least one more season.

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Thanks for everything Tru! Best of Luck!

Trufant was one one of my all-time favorites. Was hoping he'd retire a Hawk. Glad I got his autograph at VMAC last year.

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Now what do I do with my framed/autographed Trufant jersey? Or my autographed mini-helmet? Or my autographed Trufant clock?



Don't know about you but I will wear my Trufant jersey proudly.

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And I hope we don't miss his sure handed tackles.

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Bye Marcus, thanks for the memories. One I remember was him flying down the sideline with an INT for a TD in the Wash. playoff game 2007.


Before the back injury, there was a good stretch of 3-4 years where you could make the case Trufant was the most dangerous guy on the whole team with the ball in his hands. Think he only wound up with 2-3 TD's in his career, but any INT he got where there was some space to work with, he always came within a few hairs of breaking it - very Golden Tate-ish. I've always thought that if Holmgren had taken some chances and used him on PR or some trick O plays, he could've really been electric.


One of my favourite Seahawks, would have liked him to retire as a 'Hawk but hope he is a success at his new team - he has 2 TD's from interceptions and he is that brilliant one vs Washington

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And then there were none.

With Trufants signing and the earlier designation of Hills number to Avril the last of the 2005 XL Seahawks is gone. In fact at present there are only 4 players on the 91 man roster who were not picked by this regime.

Thanks for you service Marcus you will always be a Seahawk to me.

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Trufant also isn't a good fit for the Nickel slot/Zone. He's always been much better on the outside, where I suspect he'll have a better shot at playing in JAX.

Nothing but best wishes to him. Tru has been a rock on & off the field for this franchise, community & entire frickin' state for almost 2 decades.



Man, that's what having a bulldozer collapsing the pocket does for your secondary... what a play... it's what we were missing last year and hoping we have on a consistant basis this year.

Oh ya, so long Marcus. Always a fan.

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Sad to see my favorite player go, good luck Tru!


I never would have guessed.

Good for him. His chances of making this roster were slim at best. There he has a chance to play and teach.

Is Bradley going to run our system? People always say Bradleys system and the Leo but we know its Petes. Is he taking it or we don't know?


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