At 33 and after missing the playoffs for just the second time in his career with the Seattle Seahawks, quarterback Russell Wilson will try to see in the offseason if other opportunities will allow him to go for the Super Bowl this year. next.
At least that’s what the official NFL website said on Sunday. Wilson, whose current contract has two more seasons to go and comes with a no-trade clause, kicked off the rumor mill last year by venting his frustration over the many sacks he had to collect in 2020.
The Seahawks finished fourth in the National Conference West Division with a 7-10 record. But despite this, Wilson did not give the slightest indication of a desire to leave for other lands at the end of the campaign.
“My goal is to win other Super Bowls, had proclaimed on January 7 the one who triumphed in Super Bowl XLVIII. My plan is to win them here. It’s very simple.”
In 2021, Wilson missed the first three games of his career due to injury. In 14 games, he completed 64.8% of his passes for 3,113 yards – his lowest total in 10 seasons – for 25 touchdowns and six interceptions.