Cornerback Marcus Trufant will retire from the NFL after a career that spanned 11 seasons. He will sign a one-day deal with the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday so that he can retire as a Seahawk.
Unfortunately for Trufant the one season of his career he didn’t play for the Seahawks was the year they won the Super Bowl. Trufant signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars last season and was cut at the end of training camp and didn’t play during the 2013 season.
He still had an impressive overall career, starting out as the No. 11 overall pick. He started 125 games and recorded 644 tackles and 21 interceptions.