Considering that Curry had a decent season, it probably won't be too complicated for the Eagles to find a trade recipient.
The Atlanta Falcons, New England Patriots, Cleveland Browns and Tampa Bay Buccaneers were also in the running to acquire Bennett, ESPN says. This depth chart represents the final depth chart of the 2017 season and will include free agents since the new league year has not officially started yet.
Bennett will most likely serve as a rotational guy along with Eagles second-year veteran Derek Barnett if the Eagles do happen to move Curry.
The Eagles appear to have gotten Bennett for a considerably cheap price, and from a certain perspective, this makes sense.
Curry is just one of several Eagles whose future will be decided in the coming days and weeks.
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Bennett is also one of the NFL's most notably outspoken players and will join one of the NFL's strongest locker rooms. They could cut him and save $5 million worth of cap space, trade him or - and this is the most unlikely - keep him on a restructured deal.
Although the Seahawks have made the Super Bowl as recently as 2015, it feels like a long time ago for fans and it's possible the window has now shut with the growing age of the once vaunted Legion of Boom.
Seahawks players (l to r) Cliff Avril, Michael Bennett, and Frank Clark sit during the playing of the national anthem before Seattle's game versus the Indianapolis Colts at CenturyLink Field on Sunday, Oct.
How much of reports of the Seahawks wanting theirs to be "quiet ... compared to over the last couple years" were valid, and whether that really was the motivation to trade Bennett, is in question.
Bennett, 32, had 8.5 sacks last season and has 54 during his 10-year career. He returned to Seattle as a free agent in 2013 and produced 39 sacks over his five seasons with the team.