Russell Wilson Says His Relationship With Pete Carroll Is ‘Stronger Than Ever’

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Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson feels like he’s on great terms with head coach Pete Carroll.

Wilson and the Seahawks had a bumpy offseason after it was reported that he wanted a change of scenery. That never happened, and the star quarterback is locked in for at least one more season. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

During a Wednesday interview with Dan Patrick, Wilson said his relationship with Carroll is “stronger than ever” after all the chaos, according to Outkick.

“I would say it’s stronger. Me and Pete have gotten even closer. We’ve always been super close. Pete and I, we’ve always had a great bond,” Wilson further explained.

You can listen to his full comments below.

I guess we’ll just have to take Wilson’s word for it because we don’t have anything else to go off of at the moment.

If he says he and Carroll are fine, then that’s what it is!


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The reality of the situation is shockingly simple. If the Seahawks go out and win a ton of games, then Wilson and Carroll will have no reason at all to have issues.

If they go out, disappoint and Wilson is frustrated, then we’re talking about a very different situation unfolding in Seattle.


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We’ll see what happens in 2021, but if Wilson is vibing on the field, the Seahawks are in a great position.