Carlos Dunlap made five sacks for the Seattle Seahawks in 2020, and did enough to test the free agency market this offseason.

The former Florida standout pass rusher decided to return to the Seahawks on a two-year deal, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported, per Dunlap’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus, for $16.6 million, including $8.5 million guaranteed.

Seattle acquired Dunlap for a seventh-round pick last year, and after that, their pass rush greatly improved. Dunlap made 5 sacks in 8 games and was responsible for even more pressures. The 32-year-old proved to be a key piece of the defensive line.

When the trade was made, Seattle agreed to let Dunlap test free agency if an extension could not be reached, the Associated Press reported.

Before the trade to Seattle, Dunlap spent his entire career with the Bengals and was a Pro Bowl selection in 2015 and 2016. He had 46 sacks between 2015-19 and had 8 sacks last year for Cincinnati.

But Dunlap had grown unhappy with his situation in Cincinnati and how he was being used by the Bengals coaching staff. Just before the trade, Dunlap briefly put his house for sale on social media. When he was released earlier this month, he made another update on social media about the house.