Before re-signing with Seahawks, Carlos Dunlap received assurance from Russell Wilson that star QB wasn't leaving

SEATTLE — About two weeks after the Seahawks released Carlos Dunlap, they called him again, this time offering a deal for him to stay. Dunlap said it took only about 24 hours for the contract to get finalized, in part because he was hoping to remain in Seattle. What also helped make the decision an easy one is that, by then, Dunlap had gotten assurance from quarterback Russell Wilson that Wilson wasn’t going anywhere. “I did ask him if, obviously, he was going to be with us, because if I’m coming back, I’m coming back because I see him as my quarterback,” Dunlap said during a Zoom interview wi…

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