Keeping Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson from being harassed and sacked — something had was hard to do last week against defensive end Antonio Smith and the Denver Broncos — is a priority against Kansas City on Friday.
Keeping Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson from being harassed and sacked — something had was hard to do last week against defensive end Antonio Smith and the Denver Broncos — is a priority against Kansas City on Friday. Lindsey Wasson The Seattle Times
Keeping Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson from being harassed and sacked — something had was hard to do last week against defensive end Antonio Smith and the Denver Broncos — is a priority against Kansas City on Friday. Lindsey Wasson The Seattle Times

Seattle Seahawks’ top goal is to protect quarterback Russell Wilson

August 20, 2015 04:05 PM

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