Russell Wilson is fed up with the Seahawks organization and I don’t necessarily blame him. Most teams would be thrilled coming off a year in which they went 12-4 and won their division, no matter the postseason outcome, but the Seahawks aren’t most teams.
Much to the dismay of Russell Wilson and the Seahawks, another future Hall of Fame pass rusher has found his way to the NFC West. After considering several teams following his release by the Texans, as reported by the player himself, the three-time Defensive Player of the Year J.J.
It remains highly unlikely that the Seahawks are going to trade their franchise quarterback. Wilson is coming off a 2020 season in which he put up north of 4,700 total yards with 42 touchdowns and 13 interceptions.
Whether it happens this year or next year, it seems inevitable that Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson officially will ask the Seahawks to trade him. When the official request comes — or when the offers arrive from the Cowboys, Bears, Raiders, or Saints — who with the Seahawks will decide whether it’s time to move on [more]
During the middle of Super Bowl 50, in a fashion only "Beast Mode" could pull off, Marshawn Lynch announced his retirement from the NFL by posting an image of his cleats hanging off of a telephone wire via Twitter.