SEATTLE – Russell Wilson is tired of getting hit. Tired of taking sacks. His frustration is to the point that Wilson took time on Tuesday which was set aside to speak on winning the Walter Payton Man of the Year award to address some of the issues he sees with the Seattle Seahawks going into the offseason.
At the top of Wilson’s list seems to be concerns with how he’s been protected, and the fact through nine years he’s taken 394 sacks in the regular season. “I’m frustrated with getting hit too much.
I’m frustrated with that,” Wilson said. “At the end of the day you want to win ... I think that’s part of the process.” Wilson’s comments came after days of conjecture that followed Seattle’s star quarterback being honored by the leagueRead more on clickorlando.com