Carlos Dunlap returns to Seattle.
A late addition to the team in 2020, Dunlap will re-sign with the Seahawks to a two-year deal worth $ 16.6 million with $ 8.5 million guaranteed, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported through Dunlap’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus.
Acquired through a trade with the Bengals last season, Dunlap was released earlier this offseason by Seattle when he came in with a $ 14 million salary cap, but is back in the fold on a bumpy Thursday for the defensive front. from the Seahawks, as Seattle is also set to part ways with veteran starter Jarran Reed.
After things turned sour for Dunlap in Cincinnati, he was sent to the Pacific Northwest and provided strength down the stretch in Seattle’s playoff push. Dunlap had five sacks in eight games with the Seahawks, giving them a weapon in the lead they have always sought.
Now that Dunlap is back alongside Benson Mayowa, the addition of Kerry Hyder and the presence of safety Jamal Adams, who led the team in sacks last year, Seattle’s passing run looks a bit more promising early in the season. has in a while.
Ranked 34th in Gregg Rosenthal’s Top 101 free agents in 2021, the 32-year-old Dunlap fitted the field with the Seahawks and now fits financially for Seattle.