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The Cincinnati Bengals have traded disgruntled defensive end Carlos Dunlap to the Seattle Seahawks, a person with knowledge of the move told the USA TODAY Network. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the move was not yet official.
The Bengals will receive offensive lineman B.J. Finney and a seventh-round draft pick in exchange for Dunlap, according to multiple reports.
the Bengals told Dunlap earlier Wednesday to stay at home rather than show up to Paul Brown Stadium.
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Tuesday is the off day during the normal league week for teams, so this would have been the first day of full practice following the Bengals' 37-34 loss to the Cleveland Browns, in which.
Since the team's loss to the Indianapolis Colts in Week 6, multiple people familiar with the situation told the USA TODAY Network thatwith their roles on the defense. The people spoke on condition of anonymity due to the sensitivity of the situation.
A long-time starter and two-time Pro Bowl selection, Dunlap saw his role shrink over the course of the year, as he played in less than 50% of the team's defensive snaps in the last three games.
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The New York Jets decided to move on from Le'Veon Bell just a year and a half after signing the RB to a massive long-term contract."After having conversations with Le'Veon and his agent and exploring potential trade options over the past couple of days, we have made the decision to release Le'Veon," Jets GM Joe Douglas said in a statement. "The Jets organization appreciates Le'Veon's efforts during his time here and we know he worked hard to make significant contributions to this team. We believe this decision is in the best interests of both parties and wish him future success.
After playing on just 12 snaps in the Bengals' loss to the Browns,in posts that have since been deleted.
In Seattle, he joins a defense that ranks last in the NFL in total yards (479.2 per game) and passing yards (368.7) allowed. The Seahawks' pass rush has been a sore spot with just nine sacks in six games.
Dunlap's current contract expires at the end of the 2021 NFL league year.
The NFL's trade deadline this year is on Nov. 3.
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NFL trade deadline tracker: Latest news, buzz ahead of Tuesday's cutoff date .
It's last call for NFL teams to make a trade this season, and there could be several players on the move after an early flurry of deals.The trade deadline is closing in, with 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday marking the cutoff. In recent weeks, a number of teams have already swung deals to add talent at a key position or shed salary while stocking up on draft picks. The action could continue into the final hours, as several franchises still have cause to make a move with the regular season approximately halfway complete.