Shortly after defensive end Carlos Dunlap re-signed with the Seattle Seahawks, the organization’s official Twitter account posted a video of him giving a message to the 12s.
Seattle initially released Dunlap on March 8 to create cap space before re-signing him to a two-year, $16.6 million contract. Dunlap stated that the Seahawks let him know they were still interested in him, and they were right to be.
During his half-season in Seattle, the 11-year veteran DE accumulated five sacks, 14 tackles (7 solo), six tackles for loss, 14 quarterback hits, and two passes defensed. More importantly, Dunlap had a massive impact on the Seahawks defense as a whole, assisting significantly in their turnaround over the second half of the season.
Let’s hope Dunlap can help Seattle maintain its strong defensive form for 2021.