RENTON, Wash. — The allure of Christine Michael’s potential was there the day the Seattle Seahawks surprised most by using a second-round pick on a running back when the position appeared to not be a priority.
He was fast. Blazing fast, especially in the open field, with an element of power in the way he ran at Texas A&M.
And then it never showed during the Seahawks’ Super Bowl run. Michael was rarely more than a spectator on Sundays as he struggled making the transition from the college game to the pros.