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07.01.2020 07:05
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turnover on the defensive line in the offseason Shaquem Griffin Color Rush Jersey , with both Ziggy Ansah and Jadeveon Clowney set to be free agents in March. Add in Al Woods, and the Hawks could be looking at needing to replace a very large number of snaps in the trenches. However, if the next twelve weeks play out the way the first four weeks of the season have, the player the Hawks could miss the most from the defensive line could be fourth year man Quinton Jefferson. In part because of his positional flexibility, QJeff currently leads all Seattle defensive linemen in snaps played so far this season, and he also leads the team in another important category. So, Jefferson isn’t just leading the Seahawks defense in creating pressure, he’s tied for seventh in the NFL in pressures through the first month of the season. With names like Aaron Donald Bradley McDougald Color Rush Jersey , Khalil Mack and Everson Griffen on that list as well, it’s no question that Jefferson represents a massive value for the Seahawks, playing this season on the original round tender restricted free agent tag at a cost of just $2.025M. Combine how pass rushers get paid and Jefferson’s impending free agency after the season, there’s no question that he could potentially sign a very, very lucrative deal in the offseason. Obviously, he’s not likely to command a Mack-Donald-Frank Clark sized contract, but if he continues to get after the quarterback, then he could easily command a contract north of $10M per year. In any case Brett Hundley Color Rush Jersey , regardless of how much some team gives Jefferson next spring, he’s a Seahawk for the remainder of 2019, and hopefully we’ll get to see a lot more of this over the next dozen games. KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs are acquiring defensive end Frank Clark from the Seattle Seahawks in exchange for a first-round draft pick this year and a second-round pick in 2020.Almost immediately after word leaked of the trade Tuesday, Clark and the Chiefs worked quickly to reach agreement on a five-year contract worth up to $105 million, according to a person with knowledge of the deal. The person spoke to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity because the deal had not been announced by either team and was still pending a physical.Seattle landed the No. 29 overall pick to go along with the No. 21 pick the Seahawks already had. The teams are also swapping third-round picks. NFL Network first reported the trade.Clark was set to play the upcoming season in Seattle on a franchise tag that would have paid him $17.1 million. Instead, he’s in line for one of the biggest paydays for a defensive end.The trade ended weeks of speculation about Clark’s future after he was unable to come to terms on a deal with Seattle. Clark is coming off the best season of his career with 13 sacks.100<button class="view-gallery">View Gallery</button> Gallery:View from the sidelines: NFL cheerleaders 2018Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports | Raj Mehta

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