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Thursday Round-Up: Darrell Taylor Embracing New Leadership Role

Third-year edge rusher Darrell Taylor is expected to take on more of a leadership role in 2022.


Good afternoon, 12s. Here's a look at what's out there today —Thursday, June 2 — about your Seattle Seahawks

There are many new faces around the Seattle Seahawks facilities this offseason, and some old ones in new roles. Former defensive line coach and new defensive coordinator Clint Hurtt is bringing about change to the Seahawks defense. One of the players being asked to step up as a leader is edge rusher Darrell Taylor. Sports Illustrated's Ted Zahn examines how Taylor has embraced his new leadership roles during OTAs.

Taylor is entering his third season in Seattle after missing his rookie campaign due to injury and flashing extreme potential during the 2021 season. Taylor finished second on the team in sacks with 6.5 and a 78.0 overall grade from Pro Football Focus.

Read Zahn's thoughts in full on Taylor's potential chance to break out this season and lead a young Seahawks defense.

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