Seattle’s Russell Wilson (3) attempts to evade Carolina’s defense during the first half of the NFL divisional playoff game on Sunday. Despite the early exit from this year’s playoffs, the Seahawks’ future looks bright with Wilson improving every year while still entering his prime.
Seattle’s Russell Wilson (3) attempts to evade Carolina’s defense during the first half of the NFL divisional playoff game on Sunday. Despite the early exit from this year’s playoffs, the Seahawks’ future looks bright with Wilson improving every year while still entering his prime. Bob Leverone The Associated Press
Seattle’s Russell Wilson (3) attempts to evade Carolina’s defense during the first half of the NFL divisional playoff game on Sunday. Despite the early exit from this year’s playoffs, the Seahawks’ future looks bright with Wilson improving every year while still entering his prime. Bob Leverone The Associated Press

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