Hill looking to make postseason performance the norm

Leroy Hill has shown he has the talent to become the Seahawks' best linebacker. The only thing missing from his repertoire is consistency, writes Mike Sando.

Originally Published: September 2, 2008
By Mike Sando | ESPN.com

KIRKLAND, Wash. -- Lofa Tatupu and Julian Peterson keep going to Pro Bowls, but Leroy Hill could become the Seattle Seahawks' best linebacker.

"He is probably the most underrated guy in the league, to be honest with you," said Seahawks safety Brian Russell, a six-year NFL veteran.

Russell relayed a telling story. Last season, teammates convinced a defensive back to test Hill's speed in a 60-yard dash. Russell wouldn't reveal the defensive back's identity, for good ...

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