SEATTLE (AP) — During his brief separation from the Seahawks in a move to create salary cap space, Carlos Dunlap sought assurances from one player before he considered returning to Seattle on a new contract.
Dunlap was paying attention to the drama surrounding Russell Wilson and he wanted to know what the QB's future looked like.
“I did ask him if, obviously, he was going to be with us,” Dunlap said Tuesday. “Because if I’m coming back, I’m coming back because I see him as my quarterback and the rest of the team. I want to pick up where we left off, and he told me that he’s with us and he’s here to stay.