Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett (72) doesn’t believe his Seahawks squandered much of an opportunity by losing Saturday to running back David Johnson and the Arizona Cardinals. Bennett says opportunity begins in the postseason, and nothing matters until then.
Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett (72) doesn’t believe his Seahawks squandered much of an opportunity by losing Saturday to running back David Johnson and the Arizona Cardinals. Bennett says opportunity begins in the postseason, and nothing matters until then. John Froschauer AP
Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett (72) doesn’t believe his Seahawks squandered much of an opportunity by losing Saturday to running back David Johnson and the Arizona Cardinals. Bennett says opportunity begins in the postseason, and nothing matters until then. John Froschauer AP
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