Defensive end Michael Bennett was an important part to Seattle's Super Bowl run this past season.
And after winning the greatest prize in American sports, he wants a chance to repeat. Signing a one-year deal for $5 million last offseason, Bennett is set to become a free agent.
But if he has it his way, he'll be back with the Seahawks next season.
“We can go back and win a Super Bowl again with all these guys,” Bennett told Seattle radio station KJR 950 AM. “It’s a business but I definitely want to be back.”
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