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RUSSELL WILSON RUMORS

Bret Bielema wanted Dolphins to draft Russell Wilson early

Way back before he left Wisconsin for Arkansas, Bret Bielema was interviewing for the Miami Dolphins head coaching job and outlined a plan for them that would allow them to win a Super Bowl within five years, he claims. His plan involved drafting his former Badgers quarterback Russell Wilson in the second round. The Dolphins...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
17 hours ago  |  Discuss

Photo: Alaska Airlines Supports Russell Wilson

The Seattle Seahawks draw one of the most massive and dedicated fan bases in the National Football League. On the brink of the big Super Bowl game, it is hard to find a person in Seattle that is not decorated in some type of team colors, logo, or insignia. Impressively, even this plane in the Alaska Airlines terminal at the Seattle Tacoma (Sea-Tac) airport in Seattle sports a ...
Via Sportsnaut
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Could Katy Perry and Russell Wilson be dating?

Katy Perry exuded charm and showcased her intelligence, wit and football savvy during her fantastic Super Bowl XLIX press conference on Thursday, demonstrating that she is an extremely gifted entertainer through and through, even when her audience is a bunch of cynical media types. But one thing she mentioned has started up the rumor mill...Read More The post Katy Perry says she...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Russell Wilson Takes Issue with Marshawn Lynch’s Fines

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is on the complete opposite end of the spectrum as it relates to media relations than teammate Marshawn Lynch. Known by some as a walking public relations firm, Wilson does his best to steer away from controversy when addressing the media. And it’s a strategy that works extremely well for the young star. This didn’t stop Wilson from...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Russell Wilson’s standard plan on zone-read play: ‘I want to feed the beast’

Russell Wilson put it pretty simply when he explained what his usual intention is whenever the Seattle Seahawks run the zone-read: Feed the ball to Marshawn Lynch. “In terms of our zone read, I’m honestly trying to give the ball to Marshawn 99 percent of the time,” Wilson said, via ESPN. “That one percent, I’ll...Read More The post Russell Wilson’s standard plan on zone...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Seahawks GM: Russell Wilson's contract 'presents challenges'

Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider is among the best in the business. Working with head coach Pete Carroll, the two have built a team that’s on the brink of a dynasty. This doesn’t mean that Schneider’s job is easy by any stretch of the imagination. That promises to come to the forefront as the team negotiates what will be huge contract for star quarterback Russell...
Via Sportsnaut
3 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL Weekly: Comparing the Super Bowl teams by position

The Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots are raring to go this Sunday for Super Bowl XLIX, and the two teams are sure to make it a great contest. With several days to go before the big time, it’s time to take the two Super Bowl squads and evaluate which team has better personnel at each position. Quarterback: Russell Wilson vs. Tom Brady This is Brady’s sixth trip to the...
Via isportsweb.com
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Russell Wilson: No Edge, No Chance

Seattle came away with a huge win yesterday in a Super Bowl rematch against the Denver Broncos.  We extensively outlined here at FBF the way in which you had to play against Russell Wilson--basically, if you let him make plays outside the pocket, you will lose.  http://www.footballbyfootball.com/column/seattle-vs-the-denver-edgeDenver's greatest area of investment (save for the...
Via Football By Football
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Russell Wilson: INTs were God setting up dramatic finish

Just in case you thought the four interceptions Russell Wilson threw Sunday were the result of bad throws, poor reads or great plays by the Green Bay Packers defense, the Seattle Seahawks quarterback wants to straighten you out:   Nope, it was all God. Wilson deflected blame for arguably the worst start to a game in his NFL career, when he threw four picks in the Seahawks’...
Via NESN.com
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Russell Wilson breaks down crying after game

Russell Wilson was overcome with emotion after leading his team to a comeback victory in overtime against the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday. The Seahawks were down 16-0 at halftime and came back to win 28-22 in overtime, winning the game on back-to-back gorgeous passes from Wilson. Wilson was so...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss
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