Official Legion of Boom spokesman Richard Sherman has now weighed in on two new members of Seattle's secondary.
"I think he's doing a great job," Sherman said of Williams, via ESPN.com. "He's been in the league for seven years now, and he's played the technique we play."
On Smith: "I think Tye is going to be a good player. He's a little raw. Sometimes he gets ... I don't want to say, but he just loses focus out there. Overall, I think he's playing good ball."
Outside of the precious few Seattle can lock down long-term, breaking in cast-away veterans and rookies will be the new norm.
Smith is intriguing if only because he doesn't seem to fit Seattle's mold of brutal, physical cornerbacks. NFL Media's Lance Zierlein highlighted a pronounced lack of "play strength" on film during his pre-draft review.
If that is something Sherman can teach, though, he's worth every penny for molding the next generation of Boomers.