Since the end of the 2020 NFL season, the media involving Russell Wilson and Seattle Seahawks has had no shortage of dramatic scenes. Earlier in the offseason, it was reported that the greatest quarterback in franchise history was dissatisfied with head coach Pete Carroll’s preferred style of play. Although he did not ask for a trade, he was willing to accept a group. Deals for specific teams.
Whether the trick was all up due to dissatisfaction during the offseason, or whether there was actually smoke from a fire is still anyone’s guess. However, a report on Thursday indicated that regardless of the likelihood that Wilson will be at the center of the first week of the 2021
I was told that the Seahawks were not “shopping” Russell Wilson, but the phone calls from other teams had already been answered. https://t.co/NjQAydY012
— Dianna Russini (@diannaESPN) March 4, 2021
Therefore, the Seahawks are not actively looking for the only quarterback in team history to truly lead the team to a Super Bowl victory, but if a suitable trading plan falls on their table, they are obviously willing to listen. Of course, this idea directly leads to a question: what does it mean to be willing to listen, but in the end, if they are willing to listen, it means that no matter how small the existence is, they will trade their quarterback.
Is this just the team’s way of following its natural course of action, that is, at least exploring every possible option in the process of exploring possible improvements to the roster, or does this represent a shift in strategy that makes the team actually considering moving on from Wilson? Debate until everyone turns blue. However, it is well known that no one will know anything until something really happens. So far, apart from reports that John Schneider did not hang up when other teams were on the phone, there are still many topics and no actual news.
The above tweet by Dianna Russini was to clarify what Dov Kleiman portrayed her. So, for those who wish to say something for themselves, here is the video.