Entering 9th season, Seahawks safety Quandre Diggs feeling ‘just right’

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Seattle Seahawks safety Quandre Diggs had a brutal finish to his season last year, dislocating his ankle and breaking his fibula in Week 18 against the Arizona Cardinals. The seasoned veteran has managed an impressive recovery amongst immense pressure to return to camp healthy.

“I am just right,” Diggs told reporters last week. “I am just where God wants me to be and for me it is important for me to get out here and be out here with my teammates as much as I can, so for me I am just taking it one day at a time and for me just being blessed and living in the moment for the most part. I got a beautiful family and getting a beautiful opportunity to come out here and be around the guys and be back with my coaches, so it’s really dope.”

Diggs signed a contract extension with the Seahawks in March, keeping him in Seattle for the next three seasons. Now entering his ninth year in the NFL, he isn’t taking his recovery or his contract for granted.

“You can always feel settled, but you can never get comfortable,” Diggs explained. “So for me I’m happy to be here for another three years and at the end of the day you know I still got work to do and still got stuff to prove, so for me you can never just think you are settled in somewhere and think everything is fine and dandy because it’s a business at the end of the day.”

Diggs and the rest of the Seahawks return to the practice field on Monday afternoon.

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Story originally appeared on Seahawks Wire