No, Russell Wilson’s no-trade clause isn’t proof of his devotion to the Seahawks
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Even athletes who would want to play elsewhere also would like no-trade clauses. New York Yankees second baseman Russell Wilson recently had his baseball agent, Mark Rodgers, negotiate a contract for Wilson to play football for the NFL team in Seattle. In said contract, he finagled a no-trade clause.

Then Rodgers went out and declared that to be the evidence his client never wanted to play elsewhere and wants to stay put forever. That is terrible logic. Even if Wilson (or any athlete) despised...

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