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Former UW CB Kevin King Wants to be Healthy Enough to Play Press Every Play

Green Bay Packers cornerback Kevin King (20) tackles Chicago Bears wide receiver Dontrelle Inman (17) during the second half at Soldier Field. Photo Credit: Patrick Gorski - USA TODAY Sports (© Patrick Gorski-USA TODAY Sports)

SEATTLE – Before being one of five Washington players selected in last years NFL Draft, Kevin King spent these very same months training one year ago just as this years’ crop of Huskies did this past Saturday.

Chris Petersen and Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll conversed for roughly an hour – the former holding what appeared to be small Seattle’s Best coffee, inevitably undrinkable at the conclusion of their meeting – as players ran their 40-yard dash inside Dempsey Indoor.

The former Bishop O’Dowd High School (Oakland, California) product, one of four defensive backs drafted under Jimmy Lake since the staff took over for the 2014 season, said nothing has changed since his days as a Husky.

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