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  • Chiefs' Carlos Dunlap: Sack production slides in 2022

    Dunlap compiled 39 tackles (25 solo), four sacks and a forced fumble during the 2022 regular season. Dunlap saw a resurgence with the Seahawks in 2021 to the tune of 8.5 sacks, but the veteran's production fell off again in his first season with the Chiefs. Dunlap has finished with five or fewer sacks in three of the last four seasons after starting his career with six or more in nine of his first 10 campaigns. He was on just a one-year deal in Kansas City and it's hard to see another resurgence coming, but he will likely have a team willing to take a chance on him if he elects to continue his career.
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  • Chiefs' Carlos Dunlap: Signs with Chiefs

    Dunlap signed a one-year, $8 million contract with the Chiefs on Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Dunlap will join the Chiefs at their training camp after he was released by the Seahawks in March. The 33-year-old compiled 35 tackles, including 8.5 sacks, while also deflecting seven passes and forcing a fumble over 17 games with Seattle in 2021. Dunlap will provide the Chiefs with veteran leadership on the defensive line and will likely operate as the top reserve option behind rookie George Karlaftis this season.
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  • Seahawks' Carlos Dunlap: Back with Seattle after all

    Dunlap signed a two-year, $16.6 million contract with the Seahawks on Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reports. Dunlap racked up five sacks in eight games with Seattle after being acquired from the Bengals via trade, but the Seahawks cut him to avoid his $14 million cap hit this offseason. The two sides renegotiated and settled on this two-year deal for the pass rusher, which includes $8.5 million in guaranteed money.
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  • Seahawks' Carlos Dunlap: Stacks up five sacks for Seattle

    Dunlap finished the 2020 season with 32 tackles, six sacks and four pass breakups over 15 games between the Bengals and the Seahawks. Dunlap struggled over the first seven games with the Bengals, as he generated just one sack in that stretch. After being traded to the Seahawks in late October, Dunlap immediately looked like his old self with five sacks over the final eight regular-season games. Despite only playing half of the season in Seattle, Dunlap finished fourth on the team in sacks. The three-year, $45 million contract he signed with the Bengals in August 2018 expires in March, and it's unclear if the Seahawks will be able to retain him for 2021.
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  • Seahawks' Carlos Dunlap: Active, will be limited

    Dunlap (foot) is active for Sunday's game versus Washington. Dunlap practiced just once during the week, logging a limited session Friday. According to Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, the veteran defensive end is slated for a limited role in Week 15, specifically as a situational pass rusher. Despite playing just five games for the Seahawks, Dunlap is tied for third on the team with four sacks.
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  • Seahawks' Carlos Dunlap: Questionable for Sunday

    Dunlap (foot) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Jets, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. The 31-year-old played only 41 percent of the defensive snaps while dealing with the foot injury last week, and he was unable to practice Wednesday and Thursday. Dunlap still has a chance to suit up this weekend and will likely start if active.
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  • Seahawks' Carlos Dunlap: Clear for Sunday

    Dunlap (foot) is active for Sunday's game against the Giants. The veteran defensive end was considered questionable with the foot injury, but he's ready to go for Sunday's game. Dunlap has played about 70 percent of the defensive snaps since being acquired by the Seahawks.
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  • Seahawks' Carlos Dunlap: Headed to Seattle

    The Bengals traded Dunlap to the Seahawks on Wednesday in exchange for offensive lineman B.J. Finney and a future seventh-round draft pick, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Both Cincinnati and Seattle are expected to confirm the deal later Wednesday, though Dunlap likely won't be eligible to play in the Seahawks' Week 8 game against the 49ers while he waits to clear the NFL's COVID-19 protocols for players moving to different teams. The Bengals elected to trade Dunlap away after he wasn't happy with the situation unfolding in Cincinnati, but he should be in better spirits while moving to a playoff-contending Seattle club. The 31-year-old should help upgrade the Seahawks' pass rush, as the team ranks in the bottom third of the league with only nine sacks through six games.
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  • Bengals' Carlos Dunlap: Sideline altercation

    Dunlap got into an argument and pushing match with Bengals coaches and teammates toward the end of Sunday's loss to the Browns, Chris Roling of Bengalswire reports. It's pretty clear that Dunlap is on his way out with the Bengals -- they'll hope to trade him, but the more likely result is that he'll get released. He played just 12 snaps against the Browns on Sunday and took another bad penalty but otherwise didn't dent the stat sheet.
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  • Bengals' Carlos Dunlap: Career day Sunday

    Dunlap recorded nine tackles, all solo, and a pass defensed across 75 defensive snaps in Sunday's tie with the Eagles. Dunlap's nine tackles Sunday mark a single-game career high, an unprecedented milestone for the 11-year veteran. He also led the defensive line in reps Sunday, playing in 82 percent of the snaps. If he can continue to wind back the clocks against the Jaguars on Sunday, Dunlap could become a valuable IDP commodity.
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  • Bengals' Carlos Dunlap: Gets to QB

    Dunlap recorded six tackles (three solo), a sack, a pass breakup and a forced fumble in Sunday's 34-13 loss to the Patriots. Dunlap produced a well-rounded stat line, although the Bengals were unable to recover the fumble he forced. The veteran defensive end now leads the team with 6.5 sacks and 14.5 tackles for loss.
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  • Bengals' Carlos Dunlap: Monster performance in win

    Dunlap notched seven tackles (six solo), three sacks and one defended pass during Sunday's 22-6 win over the Jets. Dunlap brought down quarterback Sam Darnold thrice during Sunday's win, bringing his sack total to 5.5 on the year. He also logged three quarterback hits and 11 pressures, according to Paul Dehner Jr. of The Athletic. The Week 13 win marked the veteran's best performance of the season by far, and he'll look to build upon that momentum versus Cleveland in Week 14.
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  • Bengals' Carlos Dunlap: Snags six tackles in loss

    Dunlap finished Sunday's 17-10 loss to Oakland with six tackles, including a half-sack. Dunlap's shared sack was his first time bringing down an opposing QB since Week 1. The veteran defensive lineman is up to 30 tackles in 2019, but Dunlap's sack numbers are down this season, hurting the 30-year-old value in IDP formats.
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  • Bengals' Carlos Dunlap: Ends sack drought

    Dunlap recorded four tackles, one sack and two pass breakups during Sunday's loss to the Chargers. Dunlap had an extremely impressive nine-yard sack on third-and-one that pinned the Chargers on the 11-yard line and prevented Los Angeles from getting any points before halftime. This was his first sack in five games after he opened the season by logging seven over his first eight contests.
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  • Bengals' Carlos Dunlap: Held out of practice Wednesday

    Dunlap (hip) didn't participate in practice Wednesday, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports. Dunlap has been able to stay relatively healthy this season, playing in all of the Bengals' 11 games and logging at least 50 defensive snaps in all but two of them. Whether Dunlap practices later this week -- and to what capacity -- will help clear things up for his gameday status.
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  • Bengals' Carlos Dunlap: Clear of chest injury

    Dunlap (chest) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Vikings. Dunlap suffered the injury in last Sunday's loss to the Bears but was able to finish the week with a full practice Friday. The Bengals' front seven will have a tall task against the Vikings in Week 15 with linebackers Vontaze Burfict (concussion) and Nick Vigil (ankle) both ruled out.
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  • Bengals' Carlos Dunlap: Suffers chest injury

    Dunlap left Sunday's game against the Bears with a chest injury and is questionable to return. Dunlap has 3.5 sacks in his last three matchups prior to Sunday, and he's consistently logging near full snap counts. For the time being, Chris Smith and Jordan Willis will slot in at defensive end.
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  • Bengals' Carlos Dunlap: Full participant Thursday

    Dunlap (neck) was a full participant at practice Thursday. Dunlap injured his neck in Sunday's win over Cleveland but it wasn't thought to be serious. He was limited Wednesday but likely won't miss more time with the injury going forward.
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  • Bengals' Carlos Dunlap: Listed as questionable this week

    Dunlap (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Browns. Dunlap left Week 8's game against the Steelers during the fourth quarter, but returned for the Bengals' last drive. Add that to the fact that Dunlap was able to practice in a limited fashion this week, and there's a solid chance that he will give it a go Thursday, but those considering him as an IDP this week are still advised to verify his status in advance of Week 9's kickoff. To date, Dunlap has notched 26 tackles and 6.5 sacks in seven games.
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  • TE Jermaine Gresham among Bengals cleared to play

    Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham, who was probable with a toe injury, is active for Monday's game against the Broncos after sitting out last week. Also suiting up for Cincy are defensive end Carlos Dunlap (calf), defensive end Margus Hunt (ankle), cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick (Achilles), offensive tackle Marshall Newhouse (illness), cornerback Terence Newman (ankle), guard Mike Pollak (knee) and wideout Brandon Tate (illness).
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