The NFL’s first two quarterback trades may be peanuts compared to the forwards.
Russell Wilson’s confidence in Seawell has deteriorated to the point where people close to him have snapped up a business idea with the front office: A report from athletic.
The Jets, Dolphins, Saints and Raiders were identified by CBS Sports as potential trade partners, Athletes wrote, and “some people around the league think it could be a trade, if not an offense, at some point.” for.”
Jared Goff had a rare swap of starting quarterbacks for the trade between Matthew Stafford, the Rams and the Lions. And disgruntled Carson Wentz forced his way from the Eagles, and reunited with Colts coach Frank Reich.
But none of those three quarterbacks have been completed as 32-year-old Wilson, a seven-time pro bowler who never made a debut, never recorded a losing record and equaled 1–1 in Super Bowls. Even Deshawn Watson of Texas – who can command a trade package with only three first-round elections – has not matched Wilson’s top game, though he is seven years younger.
Wilson was the NFL MVP favorite to win in the first half of the season, before his turnovers increased and his play declined. The Seahawks bounced in the first round of the playoffs, and Wilson appeared in the Super Bowl as the guest of Commissioner Roger Goodell after winning the Walter Peyton Man of the Year Award.
Late-season tension was too much for C-Shakes coach Pete Carroll to run the ball, increase turnovers and make great defense – a successful strategy when Wilson was a young game-manager – and Wilson’s desire to become an all-time great passer-by. According to the report. Wilson says that when his suggestions were ignored, Wilson kicked him out of the room, and that he did not influence the organization he had been longing for.
Against that backdrop, Wilson said earlier this month on “The Dan Patrick Show” about Seahawk’s inability to build an offensive line around him, such as doing groundwork for a blockbuster trade.
Wilson was signed to a four-year extension through 2023, which paid him $ 140 million. The Seahawks would charge an NFL-record $ 39 million dollar deadcap for Wilson’s trade, which would push up the asking price.