The Seattle Seahawks are keeping a key piece to their offense from last year's playoff team.
According to Gregg Bell of the Tacoma News Tribune, linebacker K.J. The Seahawks understand and value what Wright, the team's longest-tenured defensive player, means to the development of a young defensive roster and even while injured for much of past year, he helped the defense. In other words, Seattle management is familiar with a player who has spent his entire career in the NFC West.
The Cardinals are reportedly adding free agent guards J.R. Sweezy and Max Garcia to the team.More news: Newcomers Steven Nelson, Donte Moncrief look to add to the equation
"They're a winning team", Iupati said in the team release.
He was limited to 10 games in 2018 while dealing with back and knee injuries. He would seem to be the first option to replace Sweezy at left guard, the position that Iupati has played throughout his nine National Football League seasons.More news: Tesla Reveals Model Y ‘Baby SUV’ Tonight
Kendricks missed all of October and November due to a suspension stemming from insider trading charges, then suffered a season-ending knee injury in his return on December 10.
When healthy, Iupati was consistent, starting all 39 games that he played after joining the Cardinals on a five-year deal worth $40 million in 2015, when he was widely considered the best offensive lineman on the free-agent market.More news: Top Democrat on antitrust committee expresses 'concerns' over T-Mobile, Sprint merger