expected the two will work together moving forward.
During the 2019 season, Olsen called a game during his bye week and did the same in 2017.
Olsen spent nine seasons with the Carolina Panthers and retires as the franchise’s all-time leader in receiving yards (6,463) and receptions (524). Over 199 career games, Olsen, a three-time Pro Bowler, caught 742 passes for 8,683 yards and 60 touchdowns. Between 2014-16, Olsen became the first tight end in league history to post three consecutive 1,000-yard receiving seasons.
The Chicago Bears drafted Olsen 31st overall in the 2007 draft after he played three seasons at Miami (Florida). Chicago traded him prior to the 2011 season and he signed a five-year contract with the Panthers before a pair of extensions.
He played eight games with Seattle in 2020, but the Seahawks placed him on injured reserve in December; a multitude of injuries had slowed down the New Jersey native in recent years.
Contributing: The Associated Press
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