Russell Wilson, ‘ManningCast’ had settlement to keep away from Seahawks speak on Wild Card broadcast, per report



Russell Wilson was the ultimate visitor on the ultimate episode of the inaugural “ManningCast” Monday night time, changing into the primary repeat visitor on Peyton and Eli Manning’s particular ESPN2 broadcast. However the star Seahawks quarterback, although busy analyzing the Cardinals-Rams Wild Card recreation, did not subject a single query from the Manning brothers relating to his unsure future in Seattle. That is as a result of Wilson and the “ManningCast” group had an settlement to keep away from discussing Seahawks drama throughout his go to, in response to Gregg Bell of the Tacoma Information Tribune.

Wilson signed off with a trademark phrase hinting at his allegiance to Seattle: “Go ‘Hawks.” And the quarterback has stated publicly just lately that he needs to stick with the Seahawks, who’ve the Professional Bowler underneath contract by means of 2023. However a yr after he reportedly resolved pent-up points with Seattle brass and enlisted his agent to determine most well-liked touchdown spots in a possible commerce, Wilson is just not assured to return in 2022. On Sunday, NFL Media reported the 33-year-old QB needs to “discover his choices to see what else is on the market for him” this offseason.

Nonetheless, the Seahawks don’t have any plans to commerce Wilson coming into the brand new yr, NFL Media’s Mike Garafolo added, and Wilson has at the least preached a dedication to Seattle in the interim.

“We have all the time thought I’d be right here,” Wilson instructed reporters after the Seahawks’ last recreation. “That is (all the time) been my objective, to win a number of Tremendous Bowls, and my plan is to be right here and do this. You are taking every single day and also you simply benefit from the second.”



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