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Seahawks 2021 Awards: Comeback Player of the Year

Several Seahawks thrived coming back from injury for Seattle in 2021, while one returned from a year off due to COVID-19 protocols to turn in a career year, making the process of selecting the team's Comeback Player of the Year a challenging one.

Following a 38-30 win over the Cardinals at State Farm Stadium, the Seahawks have officially transitioned into offseason mode after a disappointing 7-10 campaign.

While the franchise didn't live up to lofty expectations coming off of an NFC West title and a 12-win season in 2020, several players still starred in all three phases for Seattle. Over the next two weeks, the Seahawk Maven writing staff will be naming their selections for end of season awards, including most valuable player, most improved, assistant coach of the year, and many more.

Continuing to hand out postseason hardware, who deserves the honor as Seattle's Comeback Player of the Year in 2021? Our panel makes their selections:

Darrell Taylor
Al Woods

Previous Seahawks 2021 Award Selections

Most Valuable Player

Offensive Player of the Year

Defensive Player of the Year

Special Teams Player of the Year

Rookie of the Year