Richard Sherman left the Seahawks. Marshawn Lynch left the Seahawks. Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon, who spent two seasons with the Seahawks, hopes Russell Wilson will one day leave the franchise.
“I think, sadly, it is headed in the same direction [as Lynch and Sherman]Moon said on the Huddle & Flow podcast with NFL Media’s Jim Trotter and Steve Wyche. “I think right now it’s almost like a married couple that have started to have fights, and they are fighting over certain little problems, whether it’s pass protection, if it’s talent. All these little squabbles are happening right now. And I think because of Russell’s contract situation, there’s not much the Seahawks can do about moving him elsewhere, even if they wanted to.
“So I think it’s definitely there this year unless they just want to take a hit and not become a good football team for a year or so. But I think the marriage is not going to end very well in the future. I think this dispute will become more of a separation and then a divorce at some point. And that usually happens with most players anyway. You just don’t like it happening because the two parties don’t get along. “
The Bears did an “aggressive chase” of Wilson, but the Seahawks said no to a trade.
However, that doesn’t mean Wilson will end his career with the Seahawks, even with Carlos Dunlap saying Tuesday that Wilson told him the quarterback is in Seattle to stay.