Each week we look at the players who have played on both sides of the matchup, so here are five guys who have played for both Seattle and Indianapolis during their careers.
Running Back Robert Turbin
Robert Turbin headlines this week’s list as he’s currently in his second season with the Colts, and he spent the first three years of his career in Seattle.
Turbin rushed for nearly 1,000 yards and gained just under 500 yards receiving during his stint with the Seahawks. He’s become an important piece of this Colts team providing running back depth behind Frank Gore.
Tight End Brandon Williams
Williams is in his first season with the Colts after coming over from the Seahawks in the offseason.
He was primarily utilized as a blocking tight end in Seattle as he was only targeted 3 times with 2 receptions in 16 games last season. Williams has had to step up as the Colts’ number-two tight end for an injured Erik Swoope.
Defensive Tackle Al Woods
Woods joined the Colts this offseason, and one of his stops during his eight-year career was a season with Seattle in 2011.
2011 was Woods’ second year in the league, and he only played in two games that season with one tackle.
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Running Back Christine Michael
Safety Dewey McDonald
The Colts were the first team to give McDonald a chance to play, but unfortunately he will be out for this week’s game with a torn ACL.