Eagles trade for Michael Bennett from Seahawks

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Eagles trade for Michael Bennett from Seahawks

Michael Bennett will soon be a Philadelphia Eagle. Curry, the Eagles' second-round draft pick in 2012, had only three sacks this season and 22 for his career. It should be noted that he is capable of playing defensive tackle or defensive end which is the kind of versatility that defensive line coach Chris Wilson cherishes.

Releasing Sherman would clear $11 million in cap for the Seahawks while furthering their youth movement, as Sherman turns 30 later this month. Jenkins demonstrated during the national anthem for a season-plus before the Players Coalition's partnership with the NFL was announced in late November.

But Bennett, who will turn 33 next November, has also battled a succession of injuries the past few seasons, playing through plantar fascia and knee injuries in 2017 and missing five games due to arthroscopic knee surgery, and it's thought the team was anxious his play had begun to decline.

"I probably won't be back next year", Bennett said. ". You love the organization".

Bennett has three years left on his four-year extension worth $39m signed in December 2016. I've won a lot of games. Furthermore, the Eagles would save an additional $5 without Curry, though the additional $6 million would be dead money. You love the players that you played with. I love [coach] Pete Carroll and [general manager] John Schneider, and we just move forward. He signed with the Seahawks ahead of the 2013 season, becoming a key cog in teams that made two straight Super Bowls, winning Super Bowl XLVIII. This is a part of football.

Bennett entered the National Football League as an undrafted free agent with the Seahawks in 2009 but spent the majority of his first four seasons with Tampa Bay. Johnson, 24 in August, caught five passes for 45 yards across 10 games for the Super Bowl champs last season and is a special teams cog.

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