CBSSports.com "A year after finding a soft free-agent market -- and parlaying a one-year deal into a Super Bowl ring -- Michael Bennett is finally getting paid. The Seahawks defensive end get his cake and eat it too, agreeing to a four-year deal with Seattle that will pay him $32 million. The Seahawks..." March 11
Pro Football Talk "The NFC West arms race could get very interesting this year. Last month, it was reported that the Seahawks will re-sign defensive end Michael Bennett. They haven’t. As of tomorrow, he officially can negotiate with other teams. The negotiations already are occurring, discreetly and..." March 08
Seattle DE Michael Bennett will be testing the free agent market and will not be re-signing with the Seahawks before March 11th, per source.
Pro Football Talk "As we move closer to the annual deadline for applying the franchise tag, here’s another guy who won’t be restricted with the kind of restriction we’d all like — a guaranteed eight-figure payday. Per a league source, the Seahawks won’t be applying the franchise tag to defensive end Michael..." March 03
Pro Football Talk "Since winning the Super Bowl, Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett’s attention has turned toward his impending free agency. Bennett has said that he would like to return to the Seahawks, who he joined on a one-year, $5 million deal last offseason. He’s also made it clear that such a contract..." February 12
Pro Football Talk "Last year, the Seahawks signed defensive lineman Michael Bennett to a bargain-basement, one-year, $5 million deal. This year, it won’t be as cheap to keep Bennett around. But he wants to stay. Per our own Curtis Crabtree, who covers the team for KJR radio, Bennett said Wednesday negotiations..." February 06
Pro Football Talk "Yes, the Seahawks would like to re-sign defensive end Michael Bennett. No, it’s not happening soon. Per a league source with nothing of the situation, a new deal between the Seahawks and Bennett is not imminent. Earlier this afternoon, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported that the Seahawks..." February 02
Pro Football Talk "When the Seahawks take on the Broncos in New Jersey eight days from now, Seattle defensive end Michael Bennett possibly will sack Peyton Manning. If Bennett, who has 10 total sacks in the 2013 regular season and postseason, can get to Manning, Bennett likely will break out a sack dance that may..." January 26
New York Post "Michael Bennett looks like his younger brother, sounds like his younger brother and excels in the NFL just like his younger brother. Just don’t expect the Seahawks’ veteran defensive lineman to promote himself like Martellus Bennett, the flamboyant former Giants tight end who even gave himself..." January 25
SB Nation "Before Saturday's Divisional round game, Saints tight end Jimmy Graham did a little school yard jawing with some players from the Seahawks. He knocked off someone's chapeau, but it never lived up to the scrape Twitter made it out to be. However, Graham gave the kids at home a good lesson about..." January 12
Seattle Times "Friday is the day when the NFL fines for games the previous weekend are officially revealed. Two this week occurred in Sunday’s Seattle-Atlanta game. Seattle’s Michael Bennett was fined $15,570 for his hit at the legs of Atlanta QB Matt Ryan, a play on which he also received a personal..." November 15
NFL.com "Two key defensive players were knocked out of Seattle's visit to Houston on Sunday. Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett was taken off the field on a stretcher during the game against the Texans after suffering a lower back injury late in the second quarter. Bennett was hit awkwardly in..." September 29
Seahaws DE Michael Bennett, who left Tampa for Seattle, was diagnosed with torn rotator cuff. Injury why Bennett got a 1-yr deal in SEA.
Tampa Tribune "Michael Bennett knows his chance to make tens of millions of dollars playing defensive end in the NFL was not borne solely out of God-given talent, hard work and dedication. He realizes it was also borne, at least in part, out of an opportunity the Bucs gave him when he was on the street..." March 11
Bucs Nation "I'm sorry. It appears I can't stop laughing. Mostly because this is what Mike Florio wrote over at Pro Football Talk. The Bucs plans to spend on keeping their own guys. When it comes to using the tag, it's a toss-up between tackle Jeremy Trueblood and defensive end Michael Bennett, or..." February 18
Big Blue View "Could brothers Martellus Bennett and Michael Bennett join forces for the 2013 NFL season? If they do, that could be bad news for the New York Giants. Both players are unrestricted free agents, and Tampa Tribune Bucs reporter Roy Cummings recently opined that he expects the Tampa Bay Buccaneers,..." February 10