Carlos Dunlap was a key factor in helping to turn around the Seahawks defense in 2020. But Dunlap says he feels that the team's run last season was cut short, because they had the capability to go much further. In his press conference with reporters this week he talked about his thoughts surrounding the decision to return, how quickly his contract was signed once it was offered, and the assurance he was given by Russell Wilson that he'd continue as the quarterback in Seattle.
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