During the spring, the Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider poured cold water over all rumors that quarterback and one-time Super Bowl champion Russell Wilson was dissatisfied with aspects of the organization so much that he sought to orchestrate a trade.
Days after Wilson reported organized team activities after spending some time coach in San Diego, he told reporters he was committed to winning another championship with Seattle and remains happy with the city and the team’s devoted fans.
“In terms of trade negotiations, I think that whenever you play professional sports, there’s always a possibility that something’s going to happen, right? I think that’s just the reality,” Wilson explained. Charean Williams by Pro Football Talk. “I think there are a lot of teams out there that people said I would or would I ask for a trade. I did not ask for a trade. I have always wanted to play here. The reality is I think That call was thrown around and that and that and I think that’s just a reality.But I think at the end of the day that the real reality is that I’m here and I’m here to win. I’m here to win it all. ”
In contrast to current situation involving NFL reigning most valuable players Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, there was never a moment after Super Bowl LV when it really looked like Wilson and the Seahawks were on the field for the upcoming season. Discussions between the two parties could get tense if Seattle does not win something worth noting between now and next February, but everyone involved does not have to worry about it before the winter months.