National Football League players react to Seahawks trading Michael Bennett to Eagles report

National Football League players react to Seahawks trading Michael Bennett to Eagles report

However, with there being a strong possibility that the Eagles can win a lot of games in 2018 that may lower the chances of Bennett feeling too open in front of the media. But there were doubts about his future in Seattle, as he will turn 33 in November and dealt with knee injuries and a torn plantar fascia in his foot during the season. You just keep growing and keep playing the best you can. "There are so many great players on this team and it's a great organization". ". You love the organization. It's part of football". The Eagles, however, are roughly $10 million over the cap, meaning a handful of last year's Super Bowl winners will be forced off the roster. However, it looks like the Super Bowl champions have been keeping themselves busy as well when it comes to making trade moves, with Michael Bennett being the flawless example. This could all be tied to how the free agency period shapes out with the available players deciding where they will play in 2018. Following his release that October, Bennett landed with the Buccaneers, where he played four seasons.

Another report from ESPN said Sherman, a member of the executive council of the league's players' union for years, was on his way to Las Vegas for meetings with the NFL Players' Association.

Bennett has a book, co-written with Dave Zirin of The Nation, coming out April 3, called, Things That Make White People Uncomfortable.

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Bennett started all 16 games for the Seahawks in 2017, making 8.5 sacks and 25 tackles. He was inactive for most of the second half of the season and the playoffs, however, in favor of rookie Shelton Gibson.

Johnson would give Seattle another body at receiver if it is unable to retain WR Paul Richardson.