Source: Seahawks extend Mone for 2 yrs, $12M


The Seattle Seahawks are giving defensive sort out Bryan Mone a two-year, $12 million extension, a supply confirms to ESPN.

Mone, 26, is now beneath contract by 2024 and might make as much as $13.8 million with incentives over the subsequent three seasons, based on the supply.

Mone’s extension, which was first reported by the NFL Community, features a $1.5 million signing bonus. He was already beneath contract for 2022 for the minimal wage of $965,000 after Seattle tendered him as an exclusive-rights free agent earlier this offseason.

Mone has gone from an undrafted free agent in 2019 out of Michigan to a key piece of the Seahawks’ defensive position. He began 5 of 14 video games final season and recorded profession highs in tackles (35) and sacks (1.5).

Mone joins Poona Ford as UDFA defensive tackles who’ve signed multi-year offers with the Seahawks for the reason that begin of final offseason. Ford, undrafted in 2018, signed a two-year deal final March.

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