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What's Next for Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks?


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   Negativity   52.00%
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SOURCE: https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2943636-whats-next-for-russell-wilson-and-the-seattle-seahawks
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Summary

Trade rumors swirled mightily after the the Seattle Seahawks' seven-time Pro Bowl quarterback claimed to be "frustrated at getting hit too much." On The Dan Patrick Show, he also expressed a desire to be more involved in personnel decisions.But ESPN's Adam Schefter reported early in the new league year that the Seahawks shut down "a very aggressive pursuit" from the Chicago Bears before adding that Seattle would not be "trading him at this time." Two months later, the Wilson chatter has disappeared as the football world focuses on the future of another eventual Hall of Famer, Aaron Rodgers, and his disenchantment with the Green Bay Packers. We're in a fantastic place right now and really excited about this team."But none of that is likely to matter if Wilson is hit a dozen times in a Week 1 loss to the Indianapolis Colts, who have DeForest Buckner and rookie first-round pick Kwity Paye up front and should be inspired to make a statement in Carson Wentz's home debut. Which is to say that 2021 could very well be a make-or-break year for the relationship between Russell Wilson and the only NFL team he's ever played for.

As said here by Brad Gagnon