Kam Chancellor is the second member of Seattle’s ‘Legion of Boom’ secondary to celebrate his birthday this week, with the Seahawks strong safety turning 28 years old today, April 3, just four days after cornerback Richard Sherman also celebrated his 28th.

But amidst the birthday celebrations for himself and Sherman, it’s another star defensive back who’s likely been on Chancellor’s mind the past few days.

Former Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor, who died on Nov. 27, 2007 by injuries from a gunshot sustained by intruders to his Miami-area home, would have turned 33 years old on Friday, April 1. It’s Taylor who Chancellor has said he looks to model his game after, and no matter who the Seahawks’ opponent is each week, you can find Chancellor watching Taylor’s highlight reel before each matchup.

 “Before every game I’ve got to watch him,” Chancellor said in 2014. “It just puts more aggression into me, man. Just like, ‘Boom,’ this is what I’ve got to do. I watch it and say, ‘This is what I’ve got to do every game.'”
 
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