Bengals ‘made me appreciate what I have now’ with Seahawks

Seattle Seahawks defensive end Carlos Dunlap, who spent the first 10 1/2 seasons of his National League Football career with the Bengals, talked about his departure from Cincinnati and shared his thoughts about the organization in an interview with CBS Sports Radio's Zach Gelb.

Seattle Seahawks defensive end Carlos Dunlap II sacksl Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray on fourth down late in the second half an NFL football game, Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020, in Seattle. The Seahawks won 28-21. (AP Photo/Stephen Brashear)

Dunlap was asked whether he knows how much longer he wants to play:

"No. I mean, in Cincinnati it seemed like that window was closing in on me fast. But in Seattle, I got new life. And I feel lighter and healthier than I ever felt so I feel like I can play as long as they'll have me - the way that they take care of their guys. ... I'm grateful for the opportunity (in Cincinnati). It definitely made me appreciate what I have now even more. Had I not gone through that, I might've probably took for granted the opportunity I had with Seattle. ... Now, the times have changed. They got new coaches. And the coaches didn't see me in their future business. As a businessman, I had to do what was best for my business. And that was to move forward. Adapt and adjust ... Definitely a blessing."

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