Russell Wilson Asked Why He Says He ‘Hopes’ to Be a Seahawk
The Seahawks quarterback has a no-trade clause, which makes his uncertainty about his future confusing to some. View the original article to see embedded media.Russell Wilson’s future has been a major source of intrigue around the NFL this year, with widespread speculation that this could be his last year with the Seahawks. With a no-trade clause in his contract, logic dictates that it would largely be his decision to leave.During a press conference Thursday, Corbin K.
Eagles . Russell Wilson is the one that got away.
Well, ESPN’s Dan Orlovsky thinks so. Here’s what Orlovsky said about the Eagles ’ trade with the Dolphins on Get Up: “I think what transpired Friday puts them into the Russell Wilson conversation for the now and the future. OK, this is a bad football team so I like the fact that they’re not making panic decisions but the reality is they now have a young quarterback, Jalen Hurts, and probably four first-round picks over the next two seasons, this year and next year.
Russell Wilson vs Tom Brady twice a year for the next decade. Bro, I know he's been playing a while, but he's definitely gonna retire within the next decade, lol.
It is horrifying to imagine ownership not only wanting more of Pete Carroll & John Schneider going forward but it fully supporting them in trading away literally the most valuable thing in the NFL ; a young star franchise QB. Add to that this one is HOF bound and notorious for being extremely healthy and durable.
NFL Network draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah offered a wild trade that would send Russell Wilson from the Seattle Seahawks to the Philadelphia Eagles. © Provided by Fansided
Brace yourselves for what is set to be another eventful offseason for the Seattle Seahawks and quarterback Russell Wilson. A report from NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport noted that Wilson is looking to "explore his options" regarding where to play. Of course, that means everyone will be fixated to their phones in the coming months, waiting for a Twitter notification about whether Wilson will play in Seattle or get traded elsewhere.
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Wilson is the marquee asset for a 5-10 team that appears to need a rebuild, so it's understandable why many view him as the trade chip that could bring back enough draft capital to truly begin that process.
So, with that as the backdrop, why would the Seahawks give up their most valuable piece to suddenly bet on their suspect draft acumen? Wilson is an elite quarterback, the most sought-after commodity in the NFL . They're supposed to voluntarily flip that for the lottery tickets that are draft picks?
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ESPN insiders Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen linked up for a podcast Tuesday evening in which they broke down the impending quarterback frenzy that we'll likely see this offseason, as three big names - Deshaun Watson, Aaron Rodgers, and Russell Wilson - could change teams.
NFL Network draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah wanted to have a fun discussion regarding a potential trade that would send Wilson from the Seahawks to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Take a look at the scenario in his tweet below:
NFL Draft analyst offers wild Russell Wilson-Eagles trade scenario
It is no secret that the Eagles have a ton of draft picks at their disposal for them to potentially make a huge trade that could send shockwaves throughout the NFL. Philadelphia gained two additional first-rounders in this year's draft, thanks to their trade with the Miami Dolphins and for flipping quarterback Carson Wentz to the Indianapolis Colts.
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There's more Russell Wilson - Eagles trade smoke in the air originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea. Last week I spotted a couple faint plumes of smoke on the horizon that indicated, at least slightly, at a potential Russell Wilson - Eagles trade blaze. It felt like we were just starting to get a whiff of something at the time, but now, a day after the NFL trade deadline, we have even more smoke and this thing is starting to feel like it's got a real spark. ESPN insiders Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen linked up for a podcast Tuesday evening in which they broke down the impending quarterback frenzy
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The Seahawks are without a first-round pick this year due to their trade with the New York Jets that brought safety Jamal Adams to Seattle. With Jeremiah's proposal, they would get three first-rounders (No. 15, 16, 19) this year to help add to their roster that finished 7-10 on the season.
Of course, this will all hinge on whether the Seahawks would accept the deal, and if Wilson wants to play for the Eagles. That will certainly make things interesting, especially as we inch closer to the start of the 2022 league year and the NFL Draft.
Wilson to Seattle for three 2022 first-round picks and a 2023 second-rounder. What do you say Eagles and Seahawks fans? Deal or no deal?
Mark Magsayo wins WBC title against one-armed Gary Russell Jr. .
Mark Magsayo is the new WBC featherweight champion, but Gary Russell Jr. fought hurt and far less than 100 percent. What does he have left? The writing was on the wall before Gary Russell Jr. entered the ring against Mark Magsayo at the Borgata in Atlantic City on Jan. 22. Russell came into his f eatherweight title fight less than 100 percent, and it showed. Russell's six-year and 10-month reign as the WBC featherweight champion is over. Magsayo won a 12-round majority decision less than impressive fashion. It's not so much that Magsayo won the fight as Russell lost it. Magsayo had all the physical advantages headed into this bout.