The Seahawks held their first OTA this week and quarterback Russell Wilson already seems impressed with newly acquired receiver Percy Harvin. 'His talent level is unbelievable, off the charts,' Wilson said.
According to Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, Russell Wilson is a "million miles ahead" of where he was at this point in 2012.
During the spring and summer of 2012, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson was taking one-third of the first-team reps at Seahawks practices. Things are very different this year. Tarvaris Jackson is in Buffalo, Matt Flynn is in Oakland and Wilson is the only man running with the starters during Seahawks workouts. That is going to mean…
The job of a rookie quarterback was never what you'd call easy. But the sudden, meteoric splash of young talents like Robert Griffin III, Russell Wilson and Colin Kaepernick have meant that for new QBs, the learning curve is a ten-foot-high wall, and patience with their development is nonexistent. Show More Summary
Colin Kaepernick, Robert Griffin III and Russell Wilson bucked the trend in 2012, but mobile quarterbacks have consistently struggled to find the winning formula. For every mobile quarterback that is successful, there are at least three failures. Show More Summary
Sign of stardom? Russell Wilson is inspiring bad parody songs before his second year in the league.
Russell Wilson, Colin Kaepernick, Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III have dominated NFL headlines as young quarterbacks on the rise. NFC South blogger Pat Yasinskas expects Cam Newton to upstage them all in 2013. Newton "Call it bouncing...Show More Summary
This year, Mike Glennon of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers could be given a strikingly similar opportunity to the one Russell Wilson received prior to the regular season last year in Seattle with the Seahawks. Yeah, really. According to JoeBucsFan.com,...Show More Summary
What happens when we look at season splits at the quarterback position?
One year ago, Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll went all-in on third-round quarterback Russell Wilson, saying that the former North Carolina State signal-caller (by way of Wisconsin) would get a huge number of reps in the preseason. Show More Summary
We haven’t heard much about Cam Newton lately. Since early last season, it seems Newton has been overshadowed by a bunch of young quarterbacks. Russell Wilson, Colin Kaepernick, Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III started winning and took a lot of attention off Newton, who was the No. Show More Summary
Last year, quarterback Russell Wilson went from 75th overall pick in the draft to the top of the Seahawks’ depth chart. This year, the guy who bumped Wilson out of North Carolina State could, in theory, do the same thing in Tampa. Quarterback Mike Glennon, the 73rd overall pick in the 2013 draft, currently is…
The NFC West, once considered a joke among the NFC, is now the new 'black and blue' division. Scratch that, this could be even bigger than the old classic 'black and blue' division that once dominated the headlines. We all know about...Show More Summary
When Russell Wilson was at Wisconsin, I had a tough time finding flaws in his game. He was running a pro-style system and making great decisions with the ball. And contrary to criticism, his lack of height was not a detriment to his game. Show More Summary
There are things that NFL coaches want to see from their quarterbacks as they enter year No. 2. Even with such a talented crop of second-year quarterbacks in Andrew Luck, Russell Wilson and Robert Griffin III, coaches are going to want to see more. Show More Summary
Tyler Wilson will try to join Russell Wilson and only six other rookie quarterbacks to start the opening game when drafted outside round two.
The name has an extra L, but it sounds the same as the name of the guy the Seahawks stole with a third-round pick in the 2012 draft A year after grabbing quarterback Russell Wilson with the 75th selection, the Seahawks have pounced on tight end Like Willson, more than 75 picks after the 75th…
Some players in the National Football League should be arrested for robbery. While players like Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks, Alfred Morris of the Washington Redskins and Luke Kuechly of the Carolina Panthers play for comparative...Show More Summary
When Russell Wilson was taken in the third round of the 2012 NFL draft, no one really thought too much of it—aside from the viral reaction from Mrs. Wilson. The Seahawks quarterback went on to lead his team to a Wild Card playoff win against the Redskins, was the Offensive Rookie of the Year and made the Pro Bowl. Show More Summary
Whether it was Russell Wilson against Robert Griffin III, or Andrew Luck against Ryan Tannehill, 2012 provided plenty of great one-on-one matchups all season long. Quarterbacks were obviously highlighted the most as they proved to have the most success. Show More Summary