Source: Seattle Seahawks will extend Bryan Mone’s contract for two years at $12 million, source

The Seattle Seahawks Are giving defensive tackle Bryan Mone A source confirmed to ESPN that the extension was for two years and would cost $12 million.

According to the source, Mone, 26 years old, is currently under contract through 2024. He can earn up to $13.8million with incentives over three seasons.

Mone's contract extension was first reported by NFL Network. It includes a $1.5million signing bonus. After Seattle had offered him exclusive-rights freedom earlier in the offseason, he was already signed for 2022 with a minimum salary at $965,000

Mone, a Michigan undrafted rookie in 2019, has been a crucial part of the Seahawks defensive line. He played in five of the 14 games last season, and set career records for tackles (35) as well as sacks (1.5)

Mone joins Poona Ford As UDFA defensive tackles, who have signed multiyear deals with Seahawks since last offseason. Ford, an undrafted 2018 player, signed a 2-year contract last March.

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