Part of why Adams was traded from the Jets was he was unhappy that the team didn’t want to discuss a long-term deal with him. Now, he has just one year remaining on his rookie deal and is set to enter free agency after the 2021 season. So should it be concerning that the Seahawks and Adams haven’t put pen to paper in terms of an extension?
Damarious Randall will be staying in Seattle, but he’ll be playing a new role in 2021. The Seahawks announced that they have re-signed Randall on Friday. They also announced that Randall will be playing cornerback next season. Randall was a safety in college, but played corner after being drafted by the Packers in the first [more]
Wilson then told Dan Patrick and other reporters that he was indeed frustrated with that, and that he wanted to have more say in the team’s direction because he wanted to build on his legacy. Where things got very interesting, though, was when Wilson’s agent, Mark Rodgers, told ESPN that Wilson didn’t want to be traded from the Seahawks, but if the team did decide to go down that route, Wilson would OK a deal to four teams: the Cowboys, Saints, Raiders and Bears.