During the spring, Seattle Seahawks chief Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider pour cold water on any rumor that quarterback and former Super Bowl champion Russell Wilson was unhappy with aspects of the organization to such an extent that he sought to orchestrate a trade.
Days later Wilson referred to organized team activities after spending some time there work out in San Diego, he told reporters that he is committed to winning another championship with Seattle and remains passionate about the city and devoted fans of the team.
“In terms of business discussions, I think that every time you do professional sports, there’s always the possibility of something happening, right? I think that’s just the reality,” Wilson explains, according to Charean Williams by Pro Football Talk. “I think there are a lot of teams that people say were going, or going, that I asked for an exchange. I didn’t ask for an exchange. I always wanted to play here. The reality is I think the calls were thrown around and this and that , and I want to say it’s just a reality. But I think at the end of the day the real reality is that I’m here and I’m here to win. I’m here to win it all. ”
Unlike u current situation involving NFL reigning Most Valuable Player Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, there has never been a moment after the Super Bowl LV when it really appeared Wilson and the Seahawks were out as they belong next season. Discussions between the two parties could become tense if Seattle fails to win anything of note between now and next February, but all participants should not worry about it until the winter months.