When it seemed that the rumors were over, the American press has brought it to light again: the departure of Russell Wilson from Seattle Seahawks is imminent. The quarterback will be traded prior to the start of the new season of the NFL, and his next destination is one of the great unknowns of the market, although there are already several indications.
Russell Wilson’s imminent departure
It was a few weeks ago that the bombing of the possible departure of Russell Wilson from Seattle Seahawks, something that a short time ago was not in the predictions of anyone in the NFL. Sources reported that the quarterback is not at all happy with the work of his offensive tackles, after receiving an average of 41 sacks per season.
This situation has led the marshal to look for a new team, and the organization of the Seahawks I would be listening to offers. After candidates such as the Chicago Bears, the Las Vegas Raiders, the Dallas Cowboys or the New Orleans Saints sounded, the rumors had died down, but it seems not to be the case. Jeff Darlington, insider of the NFL, assured that the situation is not resolved in the face of a start to the QB season in Seattle.
«It does not seem that we are heading towards Russell Wilson in Week 1 in Seattle. That’s kind of based on, yeah, what I know, in terms of where that relationship is. It doesn’t feel like there’s some kind of Kum Ba Yah thing going on where they found out. It’s also a little instinctive perspective based on what we’ve already experienced with other quarterbacks, ”Darlington said on The Rich Eisen Show.
Where will it go?
Taking into account the teams mentioned above, it is difficult to think about a future of Wilson in the Cowboys or the Bears who signed Dak Prescott and Andy Dalton respectively. Thus, it seems much more likely that he will march to the Saints, who only have James Winston after the retirement of Drew Brees. The Raiders’ option is also feasible, as they only have Derek Carr.
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