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Draft Scout Byron Maxwell News
10/08/15 - CB Byron Maxwell, who injured his quad early in Sunday's loss to Washington, didn't practice Wednesday, but is hopeful he'll be able to play this week against the Saints. If he can't go, rookie Eric Rowe likely will replace him. E.J. Biggers is another possibility.
10/05/15 - CB Byron Maxwell (quad) played only seven snaps against the Redskins before leaving the game. He did not return and his status for this week is uncertain. He was replaced by rookie Eric Rowe, who struggled on the outside.
03/12/15 - CB Byron Maxwell left the Seahawks for the Eagles Wednesday (March 11), agreeing to terms on a six-year, $63 million contract that includes a $6 million signing bonus and $25 million guaranteed.
Originally a sixth-round draft choice of the Seattle Seahawks in 2011, Maxwell (6-1, 207) recorded two interceptions and a team-high 12 passes defensed in 2014 while helping the Seahawks reach the Super Bowl for the second-consecutive season.
Maxwell appeared in 47 games (17 starts) for the Seahawks during his four-year tenure with the team, totaling 70 tackles, six interceptions, 26 passes defensed, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery.
As part of Seattle's Super Bowl XLVIII championship team, Maxwell notched 25 tackles, four interceptions, 12 passes defensed and one forced fumble in 16 games for the team. Maxwell forced a fumble of Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas that was recovered by Seahawks LB Malcolm Smith in Super Bowl XLVIII to help secure a victory for the Seahawks.
03/04/15 - CB Byron Maxwell is the marquee name on this list and seems unlikely to be back, with cornerback a position of need for some teams that have lots of cash, such as the Jaguars (where former Seattle defensive coordinator Gus Bradley is the coach) and the Eagles. Seattle is almost certain to sit out any bidding war for Maxwell.
02/03/15 - CB Byron Maxwell is the most notable free agent who may not be back next season. The team has a lot of money invested in its secondary and depending on the offers Maxwell gets, the Seahawks may not be able to match.