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Just released from Raiders, Bruce Irvin heads to hometown Falcons

11 November 2018, 05:31 | Pamela Mathis

Patriots offered DE Bruce Irvin more money before he signed with Falcons

New Falcons DE Bruce Irvin says Patriots offered more money

"He will add to our rotation along the defensive line, while adding to our pass rush".

Irvin was having a rough year in Oakland under coach Jon Gruden (just like every other member of the organization).

The Raiders, meanwhile, parted ways with Irvin because he didn't fit their defensive scheme and was their highest paid player on that side of the ball. Irvin was cut by the Oakland Raiders on Saturday and became a free agent after clearing waivers with $3.8 million remaining on his contract.

He then played at West Virginia and went No. 12 overall in the 2012 draft to Seattle.

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Irvin, under his breath, replied, "They're right". In 2013, Quinn arrived in Seattle, where he coached Irvin for two seasons and helped the Seahawks reach two consecutive Super Bowls and earn an Lombardi Trophy. It also reunites Irvin with Falcons defensive coordinator Marquand Manuel. In fact, McKinley tweeted to Irvin "let's eat", implying the meal starts on Sunday against rookie Baker Mayfield and the Cleveland Browns (1 p.m. ET, Fox). Maybe the addition of Irvin will spark more production out of Beasley.

Irvin told ESPN's Vaughn McClure that he turned down more money from both the Patriots and Steelers to join the Falcons.

"Yesterday it hit me a little bit", Irvin said during his introductory press conference Thursday.

What Seattle loses in not getting Irvin to return, though, is a player who has been a consistent pass rushing threat almost his entire career.

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