In today’s trade, the Bengals purchased the seventh-round pick of the G/C BJ Finney and the 2021 NFL draft from the Seattle Seahawks, as DE Carlos Dunlap.
Finney (6-4, 318), a fifth-year player from Kansas State University, was originally a college free agent signatory for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2015. He had served on the Steelers until 2019, and then signed with the Seahawks in an unrestricted capacity. Became a free agent in March. He participated in 65 professional games and started 13 games.
Bangladesh’s head coach Zac Taylor said: “We are very happy that Finney is here.” “We have been observing his game for many years and we like the offensive lineup we have added to him. He has a wealth of experience. And provides us with the versatility we need.”
Dunlap is an 11-year professional player from the University of Florida, who was originally a second-round pick for the 2010 Bengals. He participated in 155 professional games (115 games) and recorded 525 tackles and 82.5 sacks.
Bengal President Mike Brown said: “Carlos has had many good seasons here and showed rare physical fitness, which has allowed him to enter multiple professional bowls.” “I will always remember him as we enter the season year after year. An important defensive part of the playoffs. I have many fond memories of Carlos and I wish him all the best.”