In his first eight NFL seasons, Seattle Seahawks linebacker KJ Wright has established himself among the best in the NFL. He has racked up over 100 tackles in four different seasons and has also proven himself when it comes to rushing the quarterback and getting into the backfield.
This past season, Wright only played in five games due to a knee injury. In those five games, Wright had 23 total tackles with two of those tackles being for a loss. In the 2017 season, Wright started 15 of the Seahawks’ games and made loads of tackles. He had 108 total tackles with five in the backfield. He also intercepted one pass and recovered a fumble to go along with his six passes defensed.
Wright has been selected to the Pro Bowl once in his career, being named to the team in 2016. That season, Wright started all 16 of the Seahawks’ games and had a total of 124 tackles. He had 12 tackles for the loss and sacked the quarterback four times. He also had a fumble recovery and five passes defensed.