Q&A: Where do the Seahawks and QB Russell Wilson go from here?

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll puts his arm around quarterback Russell Wilson as he is tasked with leading a fourth-quarter comeback as the Seattle Seahawks take on the Minnesota Vikings at CenturyLink Field in Seattle Sunday October 11, 2020. (Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll puts his arm around quarterback Russell Wilson as he is tasked with leading a fourth-quarter comeback as the Seahawks take on the Minnesota Vikings in October. (Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)

Let's get one thing straight. The Seahawks do not want to trade Russell Wilson. This is not the talk they thought would be happening in the offseason. But this is where they are, and here's what it all means.

FILE – In this Monday, May 13, 2019, file photo, Seattle Storm’s Sue Bird talks with media members at the basketball team’s media day in Seattle. Groups that advocate for civil rights and women’s rights have joined notable athletes in asking the NCAA to move the first and second rounds of the 2021 men’s basketball tournament out of Idaho after the state passed a law banning transgender women from competing in women’s sports. A letter sent and signed by a list of professional athletes including Megan Rapinoe, Billie Jean King, Jason Collins and Sue Bird calls for the NCAA to move the games set to be held March 2021 at Boise State University. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File) NYSB331
Larry Stone

Sue Bird’s return for 20th year in Seattle is the perfect time to salute her greatness on and off court

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Jarred Kelenic heads to the batting cage Wednesday.  The Seattle Mariners held Spring Training February 23, 2021 In Peoria, AZ. 216469
Mariners

Triple-A season will be delayed, possibly leaving Mariners star prospects like Jarred Kelenic in baseball purgatory

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