The top of the Seahawks 2012 draft class is still going strong 11 years later. Russell Wilson has rebounded from his rough 2022 campaign and looks to be himself again with the Broncos. Meanwhile, Bobby Wagner has kept on playing middle linebacker at an elite level and Bruce Irvin continues to find work and contribute meaningfully every year.
The latest stop for Bruce is Detroit. Yesterday on Instagram Irvin announced that he has signed with the Lions.
Bruce Irvin announced on his IG that he’s signed with the #Lions.
— Jordan Schultz (@Schultz_Report) November 14, 2023
Irvin is up to 138 regular season games played in his career between the Seahawks, the Raiders, the Falcons, the Panthers, the Seahawks again, the Bears, the Seahawks yet again and now the Lions. All together he has totaled 55.5 sacks and 129 quarterback hits.
At this point in his career Irvin is mostly a situational pass rusher, but last season he proved he can still be effective in that role. Irvin posted 28 pressures in just 11 games with Seattle in 2022.
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