Seahawks LB Shaquem Griffin To Be Featured With One Hand In Madden 19

Madden 19 is set to be released in August, and beyond any of the improved gameplay and modes will be the coolest new feature, that of Shaquem Griffin having been created with one hand.

The UCF linebacker which dominated college football with only one hand was taken by the Seattle Seahawks during the 2018 NFL Draft, and true to real life, Madden will feature Griffin true to his natural form.

You can see Griffin in action in the official trailer for the game below.

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