Squeezed off the paycheck, it seemed a daunting task for John Schneider and the Seahawks to even try to improve their passing speed. They did, however, last week, sending BJ Finney and a seventh round option to the Bengals for Carlos Dunlap.
While eliminating Finney’s unwelcome limited shot helped, so did Dunlap. According to ESPN’s Field Yates, Dunlap has agreed to a reworked deal for 2020 to dock in Seattle.
As part of his commercial trip to Seattle, news Seahawks DE Carlos Dunlap has agreed to a reworked deal to help both sides get what they want. Details ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/VumFaNPnxI
̵1; Field Yates (@FieldYates) November 4, 2020
As detailed in Yates’s tweet, Dunlap must pay $ 4.59 million for the remainder of the 2020 season, the amount split prorated by his $ 7.8 million salary. Under the remade contract, Dunlap will now make $ 2 million for the remainder of 2020, with a $ 3 million bonus for the squad due due on Thursday of the 2021 tournament year.
If Dunlap produces the extension for Seahawks and matches their future plans, the reworked deal will give him a boost for 2021. However, with capping now set at At $ 14.1 million, an extension may be an option. to lower that number. If not, Dunlap can get agent free.
Just a week after his tenure in Seattle, Dunlap helped out with the Seahawks books. Now, it’s time for the pass taker to help Seattle on the field and improve the disappointing rush pass.