In today’s social media age, every NFL player wants to leverage his audience reach.
These athletes know that the fans pay attention to the online shenanigans no matter how petty it could be.
On the other hand, several theories arise for lengthy updates like what Aaron Rodgers posted on Instagram recently.
Russell Wilson has removed Seahawks from his Twitter bio pic.twitter.com/1imDvCJBkQ
— Main Team (@MainTeamSports2) February 22, 2022
A recent screenshot of Wilson’s Twitter bio, as shared by Main Team, revealed that there’s no mention of the Seattle Seahawks anymore.
That omission may mean nothing or something, depending on who’s looking.
The younger generation will speculate that deleting that important information could denote separation, much like a person unfriending somebody else on social media.
But the older fans won’t bother making theories until an official announcement is shared.
Is Wilson On The Way Out Of Seattle?
Several teams will be courting Wilson if he declares himself available for the 2022 season.
Franchises who believe that they are one quarterback away may view him as the final piece of their puzzle.
Unfortunately, Wilson calls the shots if a team will negotiate a trade with the Seahawks, thanks to his no-trade clause.
There’s a possibility that the one-time Super Bowl champion will leave Seattle after over a decade because the team failed to address his biggest concern.
He already threatened to waive the clause once before if the Seahawks couldn’t solve their troubles on the offensive line.
This time, what Seattle fans feared for years might actually happen.
But as a word of caution for those who might swing for Wilson; he did struggle after returning from surgery on his dislocated finger.
How certain will it be that he could be the spark plug to a potential Super Bowl run?