Washington General Manager Mayhew said this week that the team has Talk to every team which may have a quarterback available for trading in its attempt to secure the caller’s signal concession.
So it’s no surprise that the Seahawks received an inquiry from the leaders about it Russell Wilson.
NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport reports that Washington made a “solid offer” to the Seahawks for Wilson. How strong? Rapoport said Washington offered several choices in the first round.
It is possible that Wilson, who has a no-trade clause, vetoed any potential deal. He said this week that while he loves the East Coast, “I think West Coast is better for me now.”
It’s also possible that the Seahawks are trying to trade Wilson without appearing to be trying to trade him. Right Show, along with Wilson’s OK, might find Wilson packing his bags and heading elsewhere.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said this week that the team “no intention“To Trade Wilson, a phrase that leaves open the possibility of trade.
Wilson missed three games with a finger injury in 2021 but amassed a 6-8 record in the matches he played. Seattle finished on a losing track record for the first time since Wilson took charge as the team’s quarterback in 2012.
Wilson was a professional bowler as he completed 65 percent of his passes for 3,113 yards with 25 touchdowns and six interceptions. He also rushed for 183 yards and two dozen yards.