RENTON, Wash. (AP) — The dream of playing together for the same team will finally come true for Jamal Adams and Quandre Diggs when they line up for the Seahawks on Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons. The bond between the two safeties was created in one weekend several years ago before they were ever professionals. Now they are part of a back-seven that should be among the best in football. Diggs was Seattle’s midseason acquisition a year ago, while Adams’ arrival was the result of an aggressive move the Seahawks made in July to acquire what they saw as a missing piece.