The Cincinnati Bengals made a big trade deadline move this week as they traded defensive end Carlos Dunlap to the Seattle Seahawks for interior offensive lineman B.J. Finney and a seventh-round draft pick.
Dunlap had spent his entire 10-year career thus far with the Bengals, who made the postseason five times and reached two pro bowls while in Cincinnati.
The trade comes after Dunlap voiced his displeasure with the team on social media as he threatened to put his Cincinnati area home for sale after getting into a sideline argument with defensive line coach Nick Eason in the final seconds of the Bengals Week 7 loss to the Browns.
Carlos Dunlap is trying everything to get out of Cincinnati: pic.twitter.com/k2M85dEytY— NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) October 25, 2020
In exchange for the disgruntled pass rusher, the Bengals landed an experienced offensive lineman in Finney who spent five years with the Pittsburgh Steelers before joining the Seahawks on a 2-year $8 million this past offseason.
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