After having one of his best years as a professional Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson says he is ready to improve. Hard to imagine but one thing Seahawks fans know is never to doubt Wilson. After leading the race for MVP for much of the year last season the Seahawks 1-3 record down the stretch dampened Wilson chances of winning the award. Wilson threw a career-low five interceptions while passing for 4,110 yards second best in his career.
OFF SEASON LIKE NO OTHER
The Covid-19 Pandemic has had dramatic wide world impact including NFL players as they prepared for this upcoming season.
Wilson did manage to spend quality time in Mexico with second-year receiver DK Metcalf. The worked on football drills and became best friends in the process. Wilson said that Metcalf has become a little brother to him.
Even before being drafted by the Seahawks Wilson has also about continuous improvement through hard work. The drive and determination to be the best intensified once he was drafted by the Seahawks.
One area the Seahawks revamped this offseason was the offensive line. The team parted ways with former first round draft pick Germain Ifedi, Center Justin Britt and Joey Hunt. In came center/ guard B.J Finney, Guards Kahlil McKenzie, Chance Warmack and Tackles Cedric Ogbuehi, Brandon Shell. With no preseason games Wilson will need to find a way for the O-line to quickly jell. Returning veterans Duane Brown and Mike Lupati should help make for a smooth and quick rebuild.