Found June 12, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson was asked whether he’s worried about falling into a sophomore slump in his second NFL season. “I don’t even know those words,” Wilson saidd, via the News Tribune. “I don’t pay attention to it. I think the biggest thing is just focusing on tomorrow and focusing on the day — the rest of the day that I have and the next couple hours I have here.” I believe WIlson has what it takes to build on a great rookie year and continue to get better.  I don’t see him getting complacent going into this season. Need NFL Tickets? The post Russell Wilson not even thinking about a sophomore slump appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

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