The Seahawks are parting ways with veteran defensive end Carlos Dunlap.

Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Seahawks are releasing Dunlap on Friday. Dunlap joined the team in a 2020 trade with the Bengals and signed a two-year deal to remain in Seattle last year.

If Dunlap’s release is processed as a post-June 1 move, the Seahawks will see $5.1 million in cap savings. They’ll only realize $900,000 in savings if they don’t go that route, but Dunlap will be free to sign with a new team in either case.

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