When Devin Hester was released by Baltimore late in the season, he made it clear to his representation that he would only consider offers from potential playoff teams.
It took until the postseason for an offer to finally arrive that fulfilled Hester's wish of trying to finally win a title.
“With the career that I've had, I don't have a Super Bowl ring. And what a great opportunity I have now standing in front of you guys and be able to play for the Seattle Seahawks,” Hester said on Wednesday after his deal with the Seahawks became official.
Hester's signing could be a coup for the Seahawks if he can provide a special teams spark that was lost when Tyler Lockett broke his...