Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer
Perrish Cox's deal with the Seahawks is one year, $855,000 with no money guaranteed. It's a minimum salary benefit deal, meaning the initial cap hit is $680,000, and if Cox is injured before Week 1 of next season, the team owes him $443,000. The contract indicates that Cox will be competing for a roster spot at cornerback. It's a low-risk deal for the Seahawks, which includes a $20,000 bonus for Cox if he is on the 53-man roster in Week 1.