RENTON, Wash. (AP) — Shaquill Griffin was supposed to be part of the new era in an effort by the Seattle Seahawks to build the next generation of their standout secondary. Griffin is now entering his fourth season and is the only piece of that group from 2017 that’s a starter. Griffin will begin the season as part of an overhauled secondary and the longest-tenured Seattle player among the group. It’s a unit that could be among the best in the NFL after the additions of Jamal Adams and Quinton Dunbar to go with last year’s acquisition of Quandre Diggs. It's also a contract year for Griffin.