There could be no worst-case scenario for both parties. Seattle Seahawks It reached the 2021-22 season of the National Football League (NFL) with many doubts about the future of his franchise player, the quarterback Russell wilson.
Unfortunately, throughout the season and now at the end of it, the uncertainty has only grown and grown due to very poor performances by the quarterback and the franchise itself. Now, a long offseason awaits them.
Wilson had one of his worst seasons as a professional. He missed a couple of games with a finger injury and ended up with 22 touchdowns, 5 interceptions and 2,875 yards, the worst mark of his career. Meanwhile, the future of the head coach Pete Carroll it is also uncertain.
Seahawks Decide Russell Wilson’s Future
Mike Garafolo reports from NFL Network, that Seattle Seahawks not planning to trade Russell Wilson this offseason and they will continue as if he were the starting QB for next season. Russ has a contract for two more years.
However, his name has been involved in transfer rumors throughout the 2021-22 campaign. The quarterback is an eight-time Pro-Bowl pick and has recently voiced the desire to win more Super Bowls with the franchise from the city of rain.