The Seattle Seahawks are offering protective take on Bryan Mone a two-year, $12 million extension, a source validates to ESPN.
Mone, 26, is now under agreement through 2024 and can make up to $13.8 million with rewards over the next 3 seasons, according to the source.
The extension, initially reported by NFL Network, consists of a $1.5 million finalizing benefit. He was currently under agreement for 2022 for the minimum wage of $965,000 after Seattle tendered him as an exclusive-rights totally free representative previously this offseason.
Mone has actually gone from an undrafted totally free representative in 2019 out of Michigan to a crucial member of the Seahawks’ protective line. He began 5 of 14 video games last season and tape-recorded profession highs in deals with (35) and sacks (1.5).
He signs up with Poona Ford as UDFA protective tackles who have actually signed multiyear handle the Seahawks because the start of last offseason. Ford, undrafted in 2018, signed a two-year offer last March.