Yes, Seahawks fans…Here we go again.
Jay Glazer appeared on Thursday’s NFL on Fox pregame show and raised some eyebrows with his comments about Wilson’s future.
“He also said in the piece to Erin [Andrews]—great piece, Erin—that it was ‘blown out of proportion’ this offseason. It wasn’t. It started the day of the Super Bowl. That’s when it started with Russell and his agent. You know, the thing here is Russell has a no-trade clause. He can decide where he’s gonna go. But, no, it was very dicey here in the offseason between Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks.
Now, of course, they put it back together. Everything is great right now with Pete Carroll. He was part of that interview process for Shane Waldron, his offensive coordinator. So, right now everything’s great. But in the offseason can I see Russell do this again? A million percent. I see Russell trying to do this again.”
Wilson and his Seahawks are currently taking on the Rams with their 2-2 record. You have to believe if this season ends with a bad taste in their mouth, Wilson will want to take his talents elsewhere.
Back in February, he criticized his own team for the number of hits he took, signaling that he wants a bigger say in personnel-related decisions. Wilson told ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith he was “frustrated” with the Seahawks for the lack of protection provided by his offensive line during the past season.
Following his comments, many teams around the league began calling the Seahawks to inquire about the availability of Wilson. If Wilson were traded before the June 1 deadline, the Seahawks would take a $39 million cap hit. Both sides eventually made up with each other, at least for this season.
The seven-time Pro Bowler threw for more than 4,100 yards in each of the last two years.
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