Seattle paid Wilson $35 million per year. Now it needs to keep him upright. The Seahawks didn’t tank in 2018. Despite dismantling the Legion of Boom offense and relying on an aging Doug Baldwin to carry an untested group of offensive playmakers, Seattle avoided sinking to the bottom of the NFC West and made a surprise return to the postseason last year.
And there’s one man who deserves the credit. The most credit the league’s ever seen before, according to the Seahawks.
Russell Wilson put...
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