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01/21/14 - OT Alvin Bailey played a lot as Seattle also went with a formation in which it often used the rookie as a tight end to give the team more bulk on its line in blocking against the 49ers outside linebackers. Seattle has used the formation before, but Bailey was on the field for 16 snaps against the 49ers.
11/13/13 - OT Alvin Bailey, a rookie, saw his most extensive action last week against Atlanta, rotating in at left tackle in passing situations early and then also filling in at guard. Seattle coaches say they hope to continue to use Bailey, an undrafted free agent from Arkansas, even when the team's starting tackles return.
11/06/13 - OT Alvin Bailey, a rookie, played four snaps last week in a Seattle scoring drive in the second quarter and could see more time going forward. He played at right tackle in place of fellow rookie Michael Bowie.
09/26/13 - OT Alvin Bailey and Michael Bowie, both rookies, were the focus for coach Pete Carroll when he rewatched the game against Jacksonville. Each received their first playing time against the Jaguars. Carroll said they performed well and are likely to be back out there at some point this Sunday.
04/29/13 - 2013 NFL DRAFT: TOP 10 UNDRAFTED UNDERCLASSMEN: 9. OG Alvin Bailey, Arkansas (6-3, 312, 4.95)...Bailey started every game of his collegiate career (38) with time at both left and right guard. He has intriguing size and power but is a limited athlete and very inconsistent, too easily abandoning his fundamentals as a blocker. At a position like guard, teams are less likely to take a chance on players with questions like Bailey. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com