All of the players that won Super Bowl XLVIII are not playing for the Seattle Seahawks anymore.
Wilson and Wagner joined the Seahawks in 2012 and brought championship glory to the city in the final game of the 2013 NFL season.
During his time with the Seahawks, the Utah State alum has been the leader of the Seattle defense, just like how Wilson carried the same role for the offense.
In ten seasons with Seattle, Wagner became a six-time First-Team All-Pro and a two-time Second-Team All-Pro member.
He also led the league in tackles twice and made eight Pro Bowls.
For all his exploits, he also became part of the NFL 2010s All-Decade Team.
Now that the Seahawks decided to part ways, he has nothing but appreciation for the city he called home.
Thank you Seattle for everything. It will forever be my home.
— Bobby Wagner (@Bwagz) March 9, 2022
Wagner tweeted, “Thank you Seattle for everything. It will forever be my home.”
It’s interesting that he never mentioned the Seahawks in his post but thanked the people who supported him throughout his career so far.
Could it be that he would have wanted to play in Seattle until he retires?
Possible Destinations For Wagner
Given his talent, Wagner will command much interest once free agency starts on March 16.
At 31 years old, he has a number of seasons left in him and his 2021 numbers indicate that he’s not slowing down yet.
Wagner had a career-best 170 tackles last season, to go with one sack, three tackles for losses, an interception, and a forced fumble.
Seattle’s defense could have been worse if he did not play 16 games in 2021.
Once the 2022 league year officially starts, his phone line will be busy fielding calls from several NFL teams.