Nose tackles and centers are usually the dogs and cats of football.
They don’t get along. And no wonder. They line up, helmets inches apart, snarling at each other. The defensive nose tackle’s job is to violently and continually bang into the center, to
disrupt his first move and thus the entire line’s plan for each play. The center’s job is usually to blow through the nose tackle, even when his assignment is somewhere else.
Yet new Seahawks nose tackle Travian Robertson and brought-back center Lemuel Jeanpierre are inseparable by comparison.
Both played collegiately at South Carolina, Jeanpierre two years …