Strong safety Lawyer Milloy is regarded as an enforcer in the menacing tradition of Ronnie Lott and Steve Atwater. Coach Pete Carroll was so impressed by Milloy's '98 season—the 6-foot, 208-pounder led the team with 120 tackles, intercepted a career-high six passes and earned a Pro Bowl invitation—that two days before training camp Carroll cut seven-year free safety Willie Clay and anointed Milloy the leader of the team's defensive backfield. While insisting that he isn't out to hurt anybody, Milloy acknowledges that he is in the business of justice. "I'm a hitter," Milloy says, "and if somebody invades my territory, it's my duty to let him know about it. Nine out of 10 times I'm going to take it to the other guy before he takes it to me."