Dan Orlovsky was feeling bold on this day with a crazy prediction involving Russell Wilson.
Although the Seahawks QB has not demanded a trade, the ESPN NFL analyst went on Monday’s edition of Get Up and proposed a three-way trade involving the Seahawks, Chicago Bears and New York Jets.
In his mock trade, the Chicago Bears would get Wilson, while the Seahawks get three first round picks and Jets quarterback Sam Darnold.
The Jets would end up with star pass rusher Khalil Mack along with their choice of either cornerback Kyle Fuller or wide receiver Allen Robinson.
With the No. 2 pick in the draft still in their possession, the Jets would then select BYU QB Zach Wilson.
It’s a nice trade concept but unlikely to happen this offseason.
As we seen on Tuesday, the Chicago Bears went ahead and signed QB Andy Dalton in free agency.