When Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright discussed the changes to the team’s roster in March, he said football is a “ruthless business” and that the departures of many longtime teammates “hurt pretty bad.”
Wright has had a while to get used to the new reality in Seattle and he appears to be feeling less pain. While Wright may still miss the old guard that left the team this offseason, he sees the upside to sharing the field with a group of players who want to achieve the kinds of things that the likes of Richard Sherman, Cliff Avril, Michael Bennett and Kam Chancellor achieved while they were Seahawks.
“Which is more dangerous, a fed lion or a lion who’s hungry? This defense is hungry. There’s so…