Five decisions that most impacted 2021; will the Seahawks trade Russell Wilson?
GENERAL MANAGER OF AN NFC TEAM: “Personally, no. But that might not matter as it is their most valuable asset in managing and starting a rebuild. They have been through a difficult year after a long string of successes they have had. , and he’s not the best version of himself this year. The problem is, good luck finding a better option for the job. It probably won’t go through the draft this season, as far as the Immediate returns. This class reminds me of that year 2013 (when EJ Manuel was the only quarterback selected in the first round). Moving a franchise quarterback usually only works when you’re able to catch another prospect. not missing the post in a deep draft, like when the Colts got Andrew Luck after Peyton Manning injury or the Packers got Aaron Rodgers in anticipation of replacing Brett Favre. You can’t even create a situation like The one the Chiefs had with Patrick Mahomes and Alex Smith (in 2017), because the talent just isn’t there in this class. not even like it was in 2018, when you had uncertainties hedged products with rare physical skills like Josh Allen and Lamar Jackson available. It’s a tough place for them because they’re now the worst team in a loaded division, and San Francisco and Arizona already have younger quarterbacks in place. But his folks have already made it known (that there are places Wilson would like to play), so it must be in the spirit of Seattle. “