Michael Brockers wouldn’t mind if he no longer had to chase Russell Wilson around twice a season. The Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman has seen the the friction play out between Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks this offseason. In an interview with the NFL Network, Brockers said he wouldn’t be sad to see Wilson go [more]
No matter what happens next, the Carlos Dunlap experience was a win for the Seahawks. Whether the defensive end ends up wearing blue and green beyond 2020, his contributions went above and beyond. On Monday the Seahawks cut the 32-year-old to clear $14.1 million in salary-cap space.
Pride is in the air. That’s the word that comes to mind when I hear about Russell Wilson’s discontent in Seattle. That’s the word that comes to mind when I read reports that the front office is taking and making calls about a possible trade.