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Russell Wilson reiterates his desire to remain in Seattle

While the saga over his contract status continues, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is adamant that he'd rather stay with his current team as opposed to starting somewhere else in 2016. "The rest will work out. The contract will work itself out. I'm excited about it and excited to hopefully be a Seattle Seahawk for a really, really long time," Wilson said, per NFL...
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Florio: The Seahawks could send Wilson to another team for its starting quarterback

On the surface it seems almost unthinkable, but in the NFL where value rules all, the Seattle Seahawks could conceivably trade Russell Wilson if contract talks break down to the point of no return. According to Mike Florio of, the scenario seems far fetched but could be more realistic than one would think. Florio writes: 'Here’s how it likely would unfold...
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Russell Wilson Wants to Remain With the Seahawks “For a Very, Very Long Time”

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson’s contract extension is an extremely hot topic these days. Speaking from the Russell Wilson Passing Academy, the quarterback shared this regarding his status with the Seahawks: “The contract will work out. It will work itself out,” Wilson said. “I’m excited about it. I’m excited to hopefully be a Seattle Seahawks for a very...
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Could the Philadelphia Eagles Make a Push for Russell Wilson?

Talking about Russell Wilson leaving the Seattle Seahawks is viewed as crazy talk by quite a few fans and analysts around the NFL, but with contract talks not moving along there is a real possibility that he could hit free agency. Neither Wilson or the Seahawks is giving in to the other sides demands, and Seattle has every right to deny him the demand that he has to be the NFL...
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Report: Russell Wilson wants to be NFL's highest-paid player

The contract stalemate between Russell Wilson and his Seattle Seahawks seems to be much greater than originally anticipated. Initial reports following the 2014 season indicated that the two sides were likely going to be able to hammer out a long-term extension prior to training camp later this summer. Those reports gave in to other suggestions that the two sides were far apart in...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Would Russell Wilson be the perfect quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles?

Earlier today Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk caused a stir when he predicted that Russell Wilson won’t be playing for the Seattle Seahawks in 2016: Been hearing from plenty of folks since posting latest Russell Wilson blurb. Current prediction: He's playing for someone else in 2016. — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) June 26, 2015 I don’t see it happening. Franchise...
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Russell Wilson needs a reality check

According to Bleacher Report’s Jason Cole, Seattle Seahawks‘ quarterback Russell Wilson wants to be the highest paid player in the NFL, seeking a contract higher than the five year, $110 million dollar deal for Green Bay Packers‘ quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Insider Buzz: Russell Wilson Wants to Be Highest-Paid Player in NFL via @bleacherreport — Jason...
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Russell Wilson on future: I've 'been moved around before'

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is in the midst of a contract stalemate with his team. Set to enter the final year of a rookie contract, all reports seem to suggest that the two sides are far apart in extension negotiations. Skilled in the art of rhetoric, Wilson hasn’t necessarily avoided the topic since reports indicated an impasse a couple months back. Appearing...
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Wilson: Seahawks contract talks are 'private matter'

Russell Wilson faced the media on Thursday and addressed both the news that he has taken out an insurance policy for the 2015 NFL season as well as the protracted contract extension talks between himself and the Seattle Seahawks, negotiations that reportedly have failed to demonstrate any real, tangible progress. He insists all the off-the-field...Read More The post Russell Wilson...
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Report: Russell Wilson buying insurance policy for 2015 season

The problem with late-round picks wasting little of their NFL career proving doubters wrong is those players must wait four or five years to be properly rewarded for their efforts. Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is among that group, since the Super Bowl champion was selected in the third round of the 2012 NFL draft. He’s attempting to sign a new contract with Seattle...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

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