Those ideas may have crystalized as Wilson watched Brady get struck just twice and win his seventh ring with the support of several high-profile ability gamers, some of whom he helped recruit to Tampa Bay. "The difference between that game was Tom was shooting shots down the field and getting the ball to his guys and things like that," Wilson told Dan Patrick,"but he wasn't touched, actually."
Certainly, Wilson believes that carrying such a drastic -- for him step of airing his grievances openly will put pressure on the Seahawks to improve their offensive line to whatever extent is possible because they enter the offseason low on cap distance and draft capital. His comments included what came as a veiled ultimatum when he mentioned, for the very first time, the possibility of finishing his livelihood elsewhere.
"I am not sure how long I will play in Seattle," he told Patrick. "I believe, hopefully, it could be forever. But things change, obviously, on the way." Adding to the intrigue of Wilson's remarks is that a single blockbuster trade has occurred this offseason (Jared Goff for Matthew Stafford), and Carson Wentz and Deshaun Watson could possibly be transferred also.
With the conclusion of the NFL season upon us, that usually means the league's annual coaching purge is about to kick into high gear. When the season kicked off in September, there were 32 head coaches roaming the sidelines round the NFL, but maybe not every one of those guys will be arriving in 2021.
As a matter of fact, we know three coaches that certainly won't be returning and that is Bill O'Brien, Dan Quinn and Matt Patricia, who all got axed throughout the season. Three in-season firings was the maximum amount the NFL has seen as 2010 when four coaches got let go.
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