Coach Pete Carroll said last season his Seahawks were “very fortunate” to have former Philadelphia Eagles first-round pick Marcus Smith as a new pass rusher. They got him back Thursday with a one-year contract for 2018 believed to be worth up to $2.7 million, including incentive bonuses, to re-stock a pass rush missing Pro Bowl ends Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril now.
Coach Pete Carroll said last season his Seahawks were “very fortunate” to have former Philadelphia Eagles first-round pick Marcus Smith as a new pass rusher. They got him back Thursday with a one-year contract for 2018 believed to be worth up to $2.7 million, including incentive bonuses, to re-stock a pass rush missing Pro Bowl ends Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril now. Ted S. Warren AP
Coach Pete Carroll said last season his Seahawks were “very fortunate” to have former Philadelphia Eagles first-round pick Marcus Smith as a new pass rusher. They got him back Thursday with a one-year contract for 2018 believed to be worth up to $2.7 million, including incentive bonuses, to re-stock a pass rush missing Pro Bowl ends Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril now. Ted S. Warren AP

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