Seahawks: Russell Wilson ‘made it clear he wanted’ to trade
An era ended at the start of the new NFL year on Wednesday afternoon as the Seattle Seahawks’ purchase One-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos has become official.
The rebuild of Seattle included the team parting with All-Pro supporter Bobby Wagner who was initially greeted with level and understanding by those players and the club, but Wagner then put on twitter to criticize the organization for its handling of his release.
In an official statement shared by John Boyle of the franchise website, Seahawks president Jody Allen seems to have sent a message to Seattle fans about why Wilson is no longer their QB1 as winter turns to spring.
“While Russell made it clear he wanted this change, he made Seattle proud and we are grateful for his leadership on and off the field throughout the decade,” Allen said. “We look forward to welcoming the new players and everyone is engaged in their best while working their hardest to win every day. I am confident our leadership will carry us into the future. future and know that we all wish Russell the best.”
At his Broncos press event, Wilson declared his breakup with the Seahawks “common” and hinted that outsiders could finally find out what all that happens after the 2021 season in one place. number of times: