The Seattle Seahawks have been in the NFL offseason news cycle recently, which is not always a good thing. In this case, not all news is good news. As we all know, the relationship between the quarterback, Russell Wilson and the current Seahawks brass is not exactly the same.
Russell Wilson made it very clear that he was dissatisfied with the men surrounded him by the Hawks after two years of offense. Wilson and his company are mainly concerned with solving the problem of offensive routes. Whether it is Seahawks solving offensive needs through free agency or conscription, this is a priority and is likely to be at the top of the list of needs.
Wilson also hopes to expand the scope of reception in 2021
Investigating the needs of the Seahawks
Although the Seahawks have many vacancies to fill in the offseason, assuming they keep Russell Wilson nearby, they are still expected to become contenders. If the Seahawks really can’t solve the internal problems, then they will get a large number of draft picks and players that Wilson currently has.
After sending the 2021 first and third round picks to Jamal Adam’s of the Jets, the Seahawks currently have only four options in the 2021 NFL Draft. For this simulation, let’s assume that they are standing with Russell Wilson and trying to correct the upcoming free agent and draft picks.