The free agent to be said he might be willing to take $3 million to $5 million less in his total deal, though “probably three.”
RENTON — Linebacker Bruce Irvin is one of the Seahawks’ prime free agents to be. On Monday as the players cleaned out their lockers following Sunday’s playoff loss to Carolina, Irvin said again he’d love to stay with the Seahawks.
He added that he already had spoken to coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider, who asked him if he would be willing to take less money to stay with the Seahawks.
Irvin said he might be willing to take $3 million to $5 million less in his total deal, though “probably three.”
“I’m not asking for $100 million,’’ he said. “I’m not asking for nothing crazy. I just want to be appreciated. But everything will work itself out.’’
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