By Brady Henderson
This time last year, Russell Wilson was a rookie quarterback trying to learn a new offense while splitting reps with Matt Flynn and Tarvaris Jackson.
A year later, teammate Richard Sherman says his development is particularly evident in one area.
“He’s grown miles and miles from where he was last year in terms of how confident he is in his reads, how quickly he makes his reads, how quickly he moves from No. 1 to No. 2 to No. 3,” Sherman told “Brock and Danny” Thursday.
“His decision making is much quicker than it was last year, and I think that comes from all the work he puts in. He stays in the film room as much as, shoot, as much as the clickers do. He’s in the film room like it’s his second home, and I think it’s showing.”
Brock Huard noticed the same thing while watching Monday’s OTA practice. He shares more thoughts on this in the video below.
You can listen to Thursday’s podcast here.