Seattle's facelift of 15 new starters left the Seahawks depth chart unrecognizable compared to last season, let alone the years Rocky Bernard spent with them.
and Michael Boley. "But after time, I really feel a part of this team. I feel good around here. I feel good with my role around here."
Saying it was a needed change of scenery, Bernard has taken on a role that now includes bringing along younger players, such as Linval Joseph.
"I've been trying to help him. He's a big, strong, powerful guy. So it's just playing the speed of the game, playing as fast as you can and just trying to recognize what teams are trying to do to you – that's usually the biggest thing."