While meeting with the press, Pete Carroll was joined by Russell Wilson and general manager John Schneider in an awesome moment for Seattle fans.
Remember earlier in the offseason when rumors swirled that Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson was wanting a trade out of Seattle and he had major beef with the front office? Yup, those days are long gone and things are all good in the Emerald City.
Wilson made that more than clear on Tuesday. After an OTAs session, Pete Carroll was speaking to the media and Wilson came in and decided to send a simple and powerful message. John Schneider was also featured in the clip.
Russell Wilson is focused on getting the Seahawks back to the Super Bowl
As you can see in the tweet above, there are zero issues between the three. Obviously, this is something that the Seattle supporters love seeing. Throughout the offseason, it has felt like nothing but drama has followed the team and Wilson.
While things haven’t been as bad as things over in Green Bay between Brian Gutekunst and Aaron Rodgers, it felt like Seattle and Wilson simply weren’t on the same page. That’s thankfully no longer the case.
Now, Wilson is focused on helping Seattle not only potentially win the NFC West this year, but also get back to the Super Bowl. The superstar quarterback has one Super Bowl ring to his name, while no one has forgotten about the heartbreaking loss to the New England Patriots with the Lombardi Trophy on the line.
Starting Week 1, the signal-caller will look to light up the field like normal, with Carroll and Schneider of course in his corner ready to see him live up to the hype. The season really can’t get here soon enough.