Seahawks’ defensive finish Carlos Dunlap stated his go back to Seattle used to be contingent on Russell Wilson staying on as quarterback and, prior to re-signing with the workforce remaining week, he were given that affirmation from Wilson himself.
The 2-time Professional Bowler informed newshounds on Tuesday he spoke with Wilson about his plans for the following season after stories early within the offseason indicated that there used to be a robust chance that he used to be in search of a industry.
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“I did ask him if, clearly, he used to be going to be with us, as a result of if I am coming again I am coming again, as a result of I see him as my quarterback, and the remainder of the workforce, I wish to pick out up the place we left off,” Dunlap stated, by the use of ESPN. “And he informed me he is with us and he is right here to stick, and he stated, ‘Let’s pass, Hawks.”’
He endured: “I am not going to cite his each phrase. Those phrases aren’t his phrases verbatim, however those are my clarification of ways I interpreted what he stated.”
Wilson’s dedication to Dunlap isn’t the same as his tone a number of weeks again, when the veteran quarterback publically shared his frustrations with the workforce.
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“The truth is that I feel it’s irritating being there and observing the sport and sitting there. A part of it, like several participant, you by no means wish to get hit, that is the truth of enjoying this place, ask any quarterback who needs to play this sport. On the identical time, it is a part of the task.”
“I have indubitably been hit – I have been sacked nearly 400 occasions. We were given to get well.”
Wilson’s agent later defined that whilst he hasn’t requested for a industry, he can be open to enjoying for a make a selection few groups — the Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints, Las Vegas Raiders and the Chicago Bears.
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A supply not too long ago informed ESPN that Wilson’s record of groups has now not modified.