Some fans on the NFL teams are as hungry as the Seattle seahs. Even a die-hard 49ers fan can agree that playing a football game in Seattle is a threatening opportunity for the deaf roar coming from the stand. So, I hope all the conversations in this office were concerned that many in the Pacific Northwest wanted Russell Wilson to leave Seattle. It will be a hard pill to swallow, of course, but GM is not. If John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll happened to sell it, what would they say? Brandon Lee Gowton and I met at S.P. on Tuesday. We designed a case for the Nation NFL Show.
As Brandon noted on the show, “The Seahawks may have been watching this because they attacked their prime with Ras. Ideally they want to keep him, but want to go out with him … How will you move it forward if he is unhappy? It doesn’t really work.
Again, this is not easy, but it is a message to be sent to Seattle. They don’t like the situation they are in, but if Russ wants to get out they can’t move forward with an owner quarterback who doesn’t have them all. Considering Ross’s comments over the past two seasons, he’s clearly not now. Add to that the fact that there is no first-round choice for the Seahawks in 2021 or 2022, thanks to the Jamal Adams trade, and suddenly a large number of selections are so beautiful.
The key words are, of course, “massive” and “traffic”.
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