- Height / Weight
- 6'0" / 214 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- November 15, 1990 (28)
- 6th Season
- 2013 / Rd. / Pk. (KC FA)
Seattle Seahawks safety Bradley McDougald took a page out of Richard Sherman's playbook by making a game-saving interception in the end zone. McDougald's move of tipping the ball up and gathering it for himself was reminiscent of Sherman's famous play against the 49ers in 2014, and the move likely kept Seattle's playoff hopes alive once again. The Seahawks defense was gashed by Carolina's offense for most of the day, but timely plays like McDougald's interception and some stellar third-down stops helped Seattle bring home the victory.
Seattle Seahawks safety Bradley McDougald was the star on defense against the Denver Broncos in Week 1. McDougald snagged a pair of picks in the game, and returned one of those 39 yards to help set up a critical Seahawks touchdown. McDougald has solidified his spot as the team's starting strong safety, and he'll be trying to fill big shoes after the team lost former All-Pro Kam Chancellor to a career-ending neck injury last year. McDougald will be one of the headliners of a revamped Seattle defense that looked good in their first game of the season.
Seattle Seahawks defensive back Bradley McDougald is set to be a free agent and the Seahawks are expected to re-sign McDougald. McDougald had a solid first year as the starter opposite Earl Thomas in Seattle. He can play both safety spots and should not cost much to re-sign. McDougald will likely face preseason competition from Delano Hill and Tedric Thompson.