Lucas reunited with the Seattle Seahawks; Griffith reunited with Seahawks’ Head Coach.

Both cornerback Ken Lucas and fullback Justin Griffith signed with the Seattle Seahawks last April 27, 2009.

Ken Lucas, who plays as a cornerback for the Seattle Seahawks in the NFL, was selected by the team in the 2nd round of the 2001 NFL Draft. His three seasons with the Seahawks (from 2002 till 2004) was remarkable enough, as he earned the NFL’s NFC Defensive Player of the Week during the 2002 season, ending it with a career high of 82 tackles. He also received the same recognition during the 2004 season, ending the season with six interceptions, two of which against quarterback Marc Burgler of St. Louis Rams.
At the end of the 2004 season, Lucas was released by the Seahawks, until he signed with the Carolina Panthers as an unrestricted free agent, prior to the 2005 NFL season. Just the start of his first season with the Panthers, Lucas did an impressive play, finishing the season with six interceptions. Although Lucas may have done enough for the team, it ended up losing the game against his old team, the Seahawks, which happen to be the 2005 NFC Champions.
Just this March, Ken was released by the Panthers. Until finally, reunited with the Seahawks last April 29.

On the other hand, Justin Montrel Griffith was originally selected by the Atlanta Falcons as 121st pick in the 4th round of the 2003 NFL Draft. He played under the Falcons for four seasons, then became a free agent in 2006, where Griffith, subsequently, became a part of the Oakland Raiders, and stayed with the team for two years.
He was released by the Raiders just this February. Until this April 29, Griffith signed a one year deal with the Seattle Seahawks, where he was reunited with the Seahawks head coach Jim Mora, which happens to be the previous head coach of the Falcons.