Russell Wilson knows he is Seattle’s franchise quarterback, but that hasn’t stopped teams from contacting the franchise to see about his availability.
On Tuesday, the frustrated QB was asked if he was frustrated with the talent surrounding him in recent years:
“I love playing for the (Seahawks), I’ve loved it for years and lay it on the line every game and I’m dedicated to that,” Wilson said, via the Athletic’s Michael-Shawn Dugar. “Trying to do that every day I can. The reality is that I think it’s frustrating being there and watching the game and sitting there. Part of it, like any player, you never want to get hit, that’s the reality of playing this position, ask any quarterback who wants to play this game. At the same time, it’s part of the job.
“I’ve definitely been hit — I’ve been sacked almost 400 times. We got to get better. I got to find ways to get better, too. Just continue to try and find that. As we continue to go along the process and I think about my career wand what I want to be able to do, it always starts up front, offensively and defensively. It always does. I’m grateful for the time I’ve been able to put in every day to the process. I love this game. I came to play this game to win championships.”
The first betting odds for a Russell Wilson trade are now coming out just in case a potential blockbuster trade were to happen:
The 32-year-old is coming off a 2020 season where he threw for 4,212 yards, his second-highest career total, and a career-best 40 touchdowns.
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