Bob, Groz and Tom

Russell Wilson trying to stay a step ahead of defenses

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By staff

The Seahawks’ Russell Wilson posted one of the most impressive seasons by a rookie quarterback in recent memory last season, but he is by no means coasting on his previous success.

While joining 710 ESPN Seattle’s “Bob and Groz,” Wilson explained that there’s plenty about his game he’s working to improve.

“There’s so much more learning to do now. I’m trying to learn as much as I can, be on that constant quest for knowledge,” Wilson said. “I’ve definitely matured even more. (The Seahawks staff has been) giving me everything they possibly can, and I took it as a challenge.”

Quotes like that just solidify how impressive Wilson is, especially for a 24-year-old former third-round pick, as Dave Grosby and Bob Stelton explain in the video below.


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