SJ - February 23, 2021
Earlier this month Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson ruffled a few feathers in Seattle's front office with comments he made about the organization during an interview with Dan Patrick. Those comments prompted several teams to reach out about his trade availability.
The Seahawks have stayed quiet on the situation, but according to NFL insider Mike Silver nearly one-third of the league has reached out to Seattle about trading for Wilson. Those interactions have led teams to believe that the starting price for Wilson would be three first-round picks.
The @Seahawks are staying quiet in the wake of Russell Wilson's recent comments... but that isn't stopping teams from calling to see if he's available... @nflnetwork @AndrewSiciliano pic.twitter.com/Xs3Xwp6A2L
— Michael Silver (@MikeSilver) February 22, 2021
That's a steep price for Wilson, but there are some desperate teams looking for an answer at quarterback. All he really wants is a decent offensive line to play behind.
If Seattle makes a few moves there this off-season Wilson will go back to flat-ironing his hair for photo shoots with Ciara and all will be right with the world again.