Seahawks agree to four-year deal with Michael Bennett
Michael Bennett stays with Seattle on a four-year contract.
A year after finding a soft free-agent market -- and parlaying a one-year deal into a Super Bowl ring -- Michael Bennett is finally getting paid. The Seahawks defensive end get his cake and eat it too, agreeing to a four-year deal with Seattle that will pay him $32 million.
But even Marty B's happy that Michael got paid by the Seahawks.
Bennett recorded nine sacks with the Buccaneers two years ago and found a low market for defensive ends in 2013. He signed a one-year, $5 million deal with Seattle. But he played well enough -- 8.5 sacks, four forced fumbles -- despite a limited number of snaps.
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