Russell Wilson’s hype about the Chicago Bears is going all out. It is reported that the Pro Bowl quarterback will consider trading to four teams, including the Bears.
Although Wilson did not ask the Seattle Seahawks to trade, he is reportedly not satisfied with the lack of protection on the offensive line. Therefore, there must be tensions between the two parties. Whether this will lead to transactions remains to be seen.
However, even if Wilson has not yet entered the trading world, general manager Ryan Pace should still knock on the door of the Seahawks to gain a chance to bring the quarterback to Chicago, especially considering that it will save his own. Work until 2021
“Pro Football Focus” proposed a hypothetical deal from the Bears that included some defensive players and a pair of first-round picks.
The Bear will receive the Wilson Prize for the following reasons:
OLB Khalil Mack CB Jaylon Johnson 2021 first-round pick, 2022 first-round pick
It’s hard to say that there is a player who wants to trade a star quarterback-especially for franchises that have historically been bad quarterback positions. Even studs like Mack.
Although Chicago seems to be the least attractive of the four options-tied with the Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints and Las Vegas Raiders, Wilson reportedly hopes to have a chance to reverse the Bears franchise. .
However, if Chicago can provide the most offers, the Seahawks have obtained Wilson’s approval and can send him to the bear market. The Saints may be interested in asking Teddy Bridgewater and the Cowboys to work hard to keep Dak Prescott in Dallas, which may also help.
However, we have taken the lead here. Seattle insists that they have no plan to trade Wilson during the offseason, and we will see if they stick to this plan.