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Marshall – A consummate pro, Marshall brings valuable experience to the cornerback position.
Williams – The speedster was in the midst of a strong training camp when a torn pectoral suffered during the second preseason game cost him his entire rookie season. A fifth-round pick in 2013, Williams has looked strong during offseason workouts and is aiming to make an immediate impact in his return from injury.
Cromartie – A strong training camp and preseason earned the former Wisconsin Badger a spot on the practice squad. He worked diligently on all aspects of his game and was promoted to the 53-man roster for the final two games of the regular season and postseason.
Davis- Second-Team All-SEC selection authored one of greatest moments in college football history with his 109-yard missed field goal return for a touchdown as time expired to win the Iron Bowl for Auburn.
Ducre - Blazing fast Washington product ran a 4.32 40-yard dash at his pro day.
Stuckey – A special teams captain, Stuckey saw an increase in playing time on defense down the stretch in 2013 and he came up huge. The 5-11, 212-pound safety helped the Bolts reach the postseason with a career-high three defensive tackles in the Week 17 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. He then elevated his game in the postseason. Against the Bengals, Stuckey had a key pass defensed on a deep ball to Marvin Jones in the third quarter, while against the Denver Broncos, he deflected what appeared to be a
Addae – From longshot to invaluable member of the defense, Addae became a fan favorite with his bone rattling hits and long flowing dreadlocks. Addae’s playing time drastically increased over the course of the season, and he ended it with 32 tackles, two passes defensed, one sack and one tackle for loss. He had a pair of big plays in the postseason including a fumble recovery in the Wild Card win over the Bengals followed by a forced fumble a week later in Denver.
Darby – Two-time All-Pac-12 honoree and 2013 First Teamer notched 10 career interceptions over his career at Arizona State.
Phillips - The 5-11, 210-pound safety out of Texas appeared in 50 games with 28 starts over four years, recording 206 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, 11 passes defensed, six interceptions, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.Read