Russell wilson

The MMQB 100
No. 48: Mark Rodgers
The MMQB 100: 41-50
Russell Wilson has been absurdly underpaid since entering the NFL. His rookie contract is set to expire at the end of this season, setting up one of the most fascinating contract negotiations the league has ever seen. And it will be Mark Rodgers, primarily known as a baseball agent, negotiating the deal
By Andrew Brandt
The MMQB Mailbag
‘Shut Up and Play?’ Nah…
‘Shut Up and Play?’ Nah…
NFL players who share political views or weigh in on current events are often told to pipe down. Here's why we'll continue to give them a platform to preach. Plus, answering reader email about Tom Brady, Russell Wilson and The MMQB 100
By Robert Klemko
Monday Morning Quarterback
The Looming Standoff: Russell Wilson vs. Seattle
The Looming Standoff: Russell Wilson vs. Seattle
Doubts are starting to grow about the QB’s long-term future with the Seahawks. Here are three reasons I think contract talks may be in trouble. Plus, examining the Niner exodus, a Father’s Day preview and commencement speech snippets
By Peter King
Business of Football
A New Season Begins
A New Season Begins
The official start of the offseason marks the transition from “we time” to “me time” for NFL players. Here are 12 offseason predictions about who will get paid, who won’t, and how ongoing controversies will be resolved
By Andrew Brandt
Weekend Notes
New Goal: Three-Hawks
New Goal: Three-Hawks
No team in the salary-cap era has ever been to three consecutive Super Bowls. With the majority of its talent coming back and the motivation after its Arizona disappointment, Seattle has more than a legitimate chance to become the first
By Greg A. Bedard
Analytics
There Was a 3.1% Chance of an Interception
There Was a 3.1% Chance of an Interception
'Worst play call in NFL history'? Hardly. Looking at all plays from the 1-yard line over the past 15 seasons, and factoring in time management, the Seahawks' play-calling wasn't ideal, but it wasn't that bad either
On Further Review
For Seattle, Plenty of Blame to Go Around
For Seattle, Plenty of Blame to Go Around
A coach’s call has been getting all of the attention, but three Seahawks deserve their share of wrath for the Super Bowl-losing interception. Here's what Jermaine Kearse, Ricardo Lockette and Russell Wilson did wrong on the infamous play
By Peter King
Monday Morning Quarterback
The Super Bowl That Took Everyone’s Breath Away
The Super Bowl That Took Everyone’s Breath Away
What just happened? New England beat Seattle in Arizona, but the explanation for how it went down is hard to believe. A breakdown of the late interception, plus more on Brady and Belichick’s fourth NFL title and the 2015 Hall of Fame class
By Peter King
Deep Dive
In Defense of Darrell Bevell
In Defense of Darrell Bevell
The Seahawks had the right look for the slant to work, but the interception that clinched Super Bowl 49 was more a function of their limited personnel. Plus, why it was Bill Belichick who made the biggest coaching gaffe, a peek at Tom Brady's note cards, and how the Pats took the option out of Seattle's read-option
By Andy Benoit
MMQB Extra
The Worst Play Call in Super Bowl History
The Worst Play Call in Super Bowl History
The Seahawks say that they liked the decision to throw a slant from the 1-yard line, and that the play simply didn't work out. But that's just not the case
By Peter King