After Russell Wilson trade, Seattle Seahawks will look to sell another of their stars

Seattle Seahawks completely broke the off-season market in the National Football League (NFL)sending his quarterback and face of the franchise, Russell Wilsonto Denver Broncos in exchange for a package that includes two first-round picks and QB Drew Lock.

The trade for Wilson, who has been one of the top five quarterbacks in the NFL in recent years, indicates the direction Seattle intends to take this offseasontrying to accumulate picks and young talent, thus facing a rapid reconstruction.

The departure of his quarterback may be just the beginning of what will be a Mass exodus of talent for Pete Carroll-led ensembleone that has already begun with opening the phone for one of their star receivers and cutting the soul of their defense.

The Seattle Seahawks exodus

According to sources told the NFL Network, the Seattle Seahawks opened the phone to trying to sell Tyler Lockett, one of the team’s star receivers. The movement would join the bobby wagner cutwho was the defensive leader for ten years for the franchise.


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