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Russell Wilson: Deflategate “had nothing to do with anything”

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Like a lot of people, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson feels that he has heard enough about Deflategate.

Asked what he thinks it means that the Patriots allegedly deflated the footballs they used on offense against the Colts, Wilson said it’s a big nothingburger.

“It had nothing to do with anything,” Wilson said. “We’re not focused on that. We’re focused on playing our football and playing one play at a time, and trying to find a way to win the Super Bowl. . . . I don’t think the integrity of the game’s under assault or whatever you want to say. I think that we have a lot of great football players in this football league and we do things the right way.”

Asked if he does anything with the footballs the Seahawks use on offense, Wilson answered, “No.”

“In terms of the football pregame, I just want to have a football out there to throw. That’s all I look forward to,” he said. “All those distractions about the footballs have nothing to do with us.”

Whether Deflategate is a distraction for the Patriots remains to be seen, but the Seahawks are doing their best to say nothing that would turn it into a distraction for their team as well.

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  1. blacknole08 says: Jan 26, 2015 1:10 PM

    He’s right. Richard Sherman was right about Kraft and Goodell too.

  2. pologroundsvet says: Jan 26, 2015 1:10 PM

    I’ve had all the Deflategate I can handle. When do pitchers and catchers report?

  3. daytontriangles says: Jan 26, 2015 1:12 PM

    Smart man.

    Though if Brady had simply said “No” and nothing else when he was being questioned about the footballs, would he have made his situation better or worse?

  4. mizzousooner says: Jan 26, 2015 1:13 PM

    ….and this is why, on a team of unlikeable personalities, Wilson once again comes across like a mature, genuine sportsman and class act.

    I absolutely do not like the Seahawks, but I admire Russell Wilson. He is exactly the kind of guy the NFL needs more of.

  5. spoilerfutbol says: Jan 26, 2015 1:15 PM

    Smart man.

    Though if Brady had simply said “No” and nothing else when he was being questioned about the footballs, would he have made his situation better or worse?

    ———
    Really? are you going to blame brady for all the media circus? come on…….

  6. infectorman says: Jan 26, 2015 1:15 PM

    Love me some Russell Wilson.

    Smart young man

  7. j0esixpack says: Jan 26, 2015 1:15 PM

    Wilson seems smarter than the fans, who can’t understand physics, or the fact that the Colts made sure their balls were inflated to the maximum before they raised the issue.

    Gotta love the baseball reference above

    Yeah – and you’d NEVER find pitchers tampering with a baseball! 😉

  8. NFL = WWE says: Jan 26, 2015 1:16 PM

    I love Russell Wilson as a player and a person…
    but if the Pats cheated, they should be punished simple as that…

    the integrity of the nfl has long been tainted, so it cannot really be under attack anyways…

  9. justannflfootballfan says: Jan 26, 2015 1:16 PM

    Laser focused! Why should a pats distraction be a Hawks distraction?! In the end this deflategate garbage will mean nothing and I look forward to seeing two teams play an outstanding and exciting football game. #quitthedrama

  10. RomoIsGod says: Jan 26, 2015 1:16 PM

    This guy is the epitome of class. He could’ve pointed out the truth that deflategate raises questions about the legitimacy of Brady’s career. He could’ve accurately pointed out that it shows that the Patriots have never stopped trying to get an edge illegally, they just found a new way to do it. He could’ve pointed out that Goodell and Kraft are buds.

    Nope. He took the high road. Let us handle the classless Pats fan’s. You work on kicking the garbage out of them.

  11. seahawkboymike says: Jan 26, 2015 1:17 PM

    Q: Did you cheat?
    A: “I don’t believe so.”

    Translation: “No, my equipment guy cheated and I don’t think that simply telling someone else to cheat is actual cheating.”

  12. robbieboston says: Jan 26, 2015 1:17 PM

    he’s awesome, like a young tom brady. much respect, just not much for this sunday!!

  13. patriotinvasion says: Jan 26, 2015 1:17 PM

    Seahawks don’t want to fuel the flames. They know an angry Patriots team is bad news.

  14. eaglesnoles05 says: Jan 26, 2015 1:17 PM

    That’s Russell Wilson’s take.

    I wonder what WILSON INC.’s take is, since they manufacture the footballs that the Belichick and Brady are saying aren’t reliable enough to make it through a game in compliance with the rules…

    So should the NFL get better balls? Costing Wilson Inc. millions of dollars? If no one did anything and the balls still deflated…

    Too many variables to lie on a stage like this and get away with it. Time will tell though, and they’ll get to play in the superbowl before it does so hopefully for them they win it.

  15. sandman34rt says: Jan 26, 2015 1:18 PM

    “Asked if he does anything with the footballs the Seahawks use on offense, Wilson answered, “No.””

    Ouch, The brainwashed guy just lied. God will not be happy about that. I can see god wanting to teach his brainwashed follower a lesson here and have him lose the superbowl.

  16. axx1 says: Jan 26, 2015 1:18 PM

    Wilson never throws anyone under the bus. Take his opinion as a grain of salt.

  17. nfloracle says: Jan 26, 2015 1:18 PM

    Russell Wilson’s got a lot of class… unlike Troy Aikman and the other QB’s who have gone way down in my book because of their rush to judgment without any evidence to base their conclusions on. Man, there’s going to be a lot of crow to chew on when the NFL investigation report finally comes out.

  18. GeauxSaints57 says: Jan 26, 2015 1:18 PM

    I don’t care for the Seahawks but this guy is a class act.

  19. abninf says: Jan 26, 2015 1:19 PM

    And the media will ask him the exact same question another 400 times this week.

  20. jda129 says: Jan 26, 2015 1:20 PM

    Wilson’s just being modest. In reality he makes those Seattle balls deep and sexy. Fortunately there’s no league requirement on just how deep and just how sexy you can make them.

  21. mazenblue says: Jan 26, 2015 1:20 PM

    Deflategate = moneygrab

    Look at the media pushing it so hard

  22. tajuara says: Jan 26, 2015 1:22 PM

    Can we puase this deflagate thing till after the SB? The NFL is not going to do anything anyway.

  23. thetruthcampaign says: Jan 26, 2015 1:22 PM

    It certainly didn’t have anything to do with the Colts only scoring 7 points.

  24. eaglesnoles05 says: Jan 26, 2015 1:22 PM

    I don’t think the pats would’ve lost to the colts with legal balls either. I also don’t think thats the point.

    If the NFL comes out with a report that basically says “teams are not going held responsible for their own gameballs being in compliance with the NFL rules; it’s someone else’s responsibility,” then the pats aren’t responsible. Other than that, sorry.

  25. astburyj says: Jan 26, 2015 1:22 PM

    It will be interesting to see him bounce back from a bad game. We have yet to see that from him in his career.

    The dude is a class act.

  26. sandman34rt says: Jan 26, 2015 1:23 PM

    “….and this is why, on a team of unlikeable personalities, Wilson once again comes across like a mature, genuine sportsman and class act.”

    I get the brainwashed lemming vibe from Wilson more then the guy you described?

  27. blizzard01 says: Jan 26, 2015 1:24 PM

    If this were your typical Super Bowl this guy would be big news. Alas, that’s not the case.
    Give me more Bill Nye the science guy!

  28. daytontriangles says: Jan 26, 2015 1:25 PM

    Gotta say, I like Wilson. A lot more than I like his team.

  29. floratiotime says: Jan 26, 2015 1:26 PM

    So sick of this guy.

  30. sandman34rt says: Jan 26, 2015 1:27 PM

    “It will be interesting to see him bounce back from a bad game. We have yet to see that from him in his career.”

    Wait, did you just say he’s never had a bad game before? Put the kool-aid down dude

  31. riverhorsey says: Jan 26, 2015 1:27 PM

    Trent Green on Mad Dog radio reported the referees did not test the the balls with a psi meter before the game.

    The refs just pick the balls up feel them and put them back in the bag before the game.

  32. weepingjebus says: Jan 26, 2015 1:28 PM

    I miss actual SB scandals like guys sending hookers to the other team’s hotel, or pro bowlers disappearing in Tijuana.

  33. wimpyburgers says: Jan 26, 2015 1:29 PM

    It matters to Brady. the million dollar athlete/model’s brand has been jeopardized by tissues of lies…..

  34. sandman34rt says: Jan 26, 2015 1:29 PM

    Russel Wilson gives me the creeps

  35. stealthjunk says: Jan 26, 2015 1:29 PM

    Interesting, I would have expected him to say “Yes, the Patriots cheated their way here, and they don’t belong in this game” in order to supply as much bulletin board material as possible. I’m shocked he went with the “say nothing” approach instead.

  36. adelphos33 says: Jan 26, 2015 1:30 PM

    So this means when Wilson starts doctoring his own footballs, he will take another step up. Looks like he may be worth that big contract after all.

  37. unbreakable02215 says: Jan 26, 2015 1:30 PM

    Anyone ask him about Seahawks PED use ?

    Or their $300K fine for twice holding illegal practices ?

    Nah that won’t get talked about

  38. bullcharger says: Jan 26, 2015 1:31 PM

    riverhorsey says:
    Jan 26, 2015 1:27 PM
    Trent Green on Mad Dog radio reported the referees did not test the the balls with a psi meter before the game.

    The refs just pick the balls up feel them and put them back in the bag before the game.

    ——-

    Of course they do. Maybe not in the game in question though.

  39. riverhorsey says: Jan 26, 2015 1:32 PM

    What does he say about Richard Sherman calling the Patriots the worst cheaters of all time ?

  40. bigbaldpapahawk says: Jan 26, 2015 1:32 PM

    Russel Wilson is a game-changer. It’s time to knock down another legend and complete the changing of the guard.

  41. all4patriots says: Jan 26, 2015 1:33 PM

    Miami sportswriter Dave Hyde (Sun Sentinel, pay firewall) took the “Belichick challenge” and found…

    that Belichick is right. He saw a psi drop consistent with that reported in Foxoboro.

    Do the Belichick challenge, people.

    IT IS WHAT IT IS.

  42. grimreaper12 says: Jan 26, 2015 1:34 PM

    hes right, biggest joke in nfl history.
    sherman is wrong. goodell fined belichick 500 grand.

  43. sandman34rt says: Jan 26, 2015 1:34 PM

    Isn’t half the Hawks D on Roids anyway?

  44. olddirtytruth says: Jan 26, 2015 1:35 PM

    Well if all balls lose air in cold and rain I guess the Colts had magical footballs that some how did not lose the 2lbs of air like the Patriots footballs did. Maybe they should investigate the Colts to find out where they got their magical footballs.

  45. nite2al says: Jan 26, 2015 1:38 PM

    What’s with all this class stuff? Great, he’s a nice classy guy. But this is football, I don’t need 53 classy guys on a roster.

    If I want class, I’ll go to the opera!

  46. bigbenh8tr says: Jan 26, 2015 1:39 PM

    Cannot wait for this season to be over

  47. bigbenh8tr says: Jan 26, 2015 1:39 PM

    Cannot wait for this season to be over

  48. skawh says: Jan 26, 2015 1:40 PM

    It’s NE distraction, not Seattle’s!

    Russell Wilson is the first, and ONLY, QB in the NFL to quarterback his team to TWO SB’s in his first 3 years in the league.

    How about reporting on RW’s career stats, and how they are either equal to, or above , Tom Brady’s stats at the same point in Brady’s career?

    I won’t be holding my breath!

    Game manager this!!

    Go HAWKS!!

  49. eyeandfootballofhorus says: Jan 26, 2015 1:41 PM

    notice the vast majority of the NFL players and coaches think absolute zero of ‘deflategate’

  50. cjmullysr says: Jan 26, 2015 1:45 PM

    seahawkboymike says:
    Jan 26, 2015 1:17 PM
    Q: Did you cheat?
    A: “I don’t believe so.”

    Translation: “No, my equipment guy cheated and I don’t think that simply telling someone else to cheat is actual cheating.”
    ___________________________________
    Brady also definitively said he does not think the equipment guys did anything nor did he instruct them to do anything. Please report all of the facts Seahawk Boy.

  51. ragnarthemagnificent says: Jan 26, 2015 1:46 PM

    If the Seahawks lose does that mean I no longer have to listen to Russell whisper about dreams to me every single commercial break?

    My dream is to no longer hear you talk about dreams in a whispery voice.

  52. riverhorsey says: Jan 26, 2015 1:50 PM

    The refs DID NOT test the balls before the game nor did they they test the Colts balls at halftime !!

    Trent Green reported the former and the latter seems to be true as well.

  53. pourman says: Jan 26, 2015 1:52 PM

    NFL has left this twisting in the wind. Inexcusable. No matter what anyone associated with either team says, the focus won’t return to footbal until about mid second quarter.

  54. flash1287 says: Jan 26, 2015 1:53 PM

    olddirtytruth says:
    Jan 26, 2015 1:35 PM
    Well if all balls lose air in cold and rain I guess the Colts had magical footballs that some how did not lose the 2lbs of air like the Patriots footballs did. Maybe they should investigate the Colts to find out where they got their magical footballs.

    —-
    Do we really need to go over this again? Try to keep up.

    If the Colts balls are inflated to 13.5 psi (max allowed)and went down to 12.5 psi they would still be in the legal limit.

    If the patriots inflate to 12.5 (min allowed) then went down they would be below.

    The issue is we don’t know what the colts inflated there footballs to.

  55. a072455 says: Jan 26, 2015 1:53 PM

    . . I don’t think the integrity of the game’s under assault — per R.Wilson…..
    Troy A. Does not think so. He feels the bounty on players health is mild compare to deflate gate. So what if the Saints bounty could have cause several ACL tears or cause some to have severe concussion that leads to the life or death of someone. This is tame to what the NEPats did to the footballs.

  56. harrisonhits2 says: Jan 26, 2015 1:53 PM

    “Well if all balls lose air in cold and rain I guess the Colts had magical footballs that some how did not lose the 2lbs of air like the Patriots footballs did. Maybe they should investigate the Colts to find out where they got their magical footballs.”

    It’s already been reported that only one of the Pats balls was 2 psi and that was the one the Colts turned over to the refs and likely tampered with before doing so.

    The rest except one were 1 psi under which is entirely within the normal pressure drop due to temp and weather.

    Furthermore the Colts put their balls to 13.5 psi, the max allowed so a 1 psi drop would still have them at 12.5 and within league tolerances. While the Pats inflate to 12.5 the minimum the league allows.

    Don’t let actual facts get in the way of your emotional conclusions though.

  57. packmanfan says: Jan 26, 2015 1:54 PM

    And will the NFL be keeping a sharper eye this time on the Super Balls the Pats will be using or again turn around and let the cheaters cheat again?
    Sheesh. You think they would have learned from the first time they cheated.
    Same coach and old habits die hard. Right NFL?
    Oh. You disagree. Of course you do.

  58. heybackatyou says: Jan 26, 2015 1:54 PM

    Media Day is tomorrow. Patriot players wishing to move on from deflategate are going to have their patience tested. It should be fun.
    I suspect one or more Patriot player is going to snap and go ballistic.

  59. bucckevin says: Jan 26, 2015 1:55 PM

    I didn’t think much of Russell Wilson until I saw him take a vicious blindside hit to the head from Clay Matthews after the interception. You can see that he was hurt but he got back up and never complained.

  60. killitandeatit says: Jan 26, 2015 2:01 PM

    Bad Cop =Richard Sherman
    Good Cop =Russell vanilla Wilson
    Russel,better hair than Brady’s.

  61. iamkillerfin says: Jan 26, 2015 2:07 PM

    Better be on your game Seahawks the odds are against you because it is FIXED the patsies will win by 3!!!

  62. fishyinalittledishy says: Jan 26, 2015 2:09 PM

    Wilson is obviously a class act off the field but for me not sure if he is as classy on the field. What we do know is he is dangerous with his legs and has beautiful touch on the long ball. But he played horribly against the Packers and should never have got the chance to beat them. Also there was a touch of the Tim Tebow’s when he started to blabber about devine intervention after the game. Maybe that’s the best way to describe him as a better version of Tebow. He certainly knows how to manage football games and more importantly win them and I pray he beats the Patriots.

  63. slipperpimp says: Jan 26, 2015 2:19 PM

    unbreakable02215 says:
    Jan 26, 2015 1:30 PM
    Anyone ask him about Seahawks PED use ?

    Or their $300K fine for twice holding illegal practices ?

    Nah that won’t get talked about
    ===============================

    You mean the PED use that there hasn’t been an instance of in this season?

    And the “illegal practices”? You mean the standard practices that were reported to be too physical after there was an altercation in practice? For which the team has already been punished? Those?

    Yeah, not much reason to talk about something that was already handled by the league office.

  64. beastmode5150 says: Jan 26, 2015 2:25 PM

    fishyinalittledishy says:
    Jan 26, 2015 2:09 PM
    Wilson is obviously a class act off the field but for me not sure if he is as classy on the field. What we do know is he is dangerous with his legs and has beautiful touch on the long ball. But he played horribly against the Packers and should never have got the chance to beat them. Also there was a touch of the Tim Tebow’s when he started to blabber about devine intervention after the game. Maybe that’s the best way to describe him as a better version of Tebow. He certainly knows how to manage football games and more importantly win them and I pray he beats the Patriots.
    —————-
    Google “records russell wilson has broken” and get back to us on the “game manager” stuff. Also take into account seattle throws less than any team in the NFL. Also, 2 of the 4 interceptions against the Packers hit Kearse IN THE HANDS. Pull up Rodgers box score and let us know your evaluation of how he played.

  65. pastabelly says: Jan 26, 2015 2:29 PM

    fishyinalittledishy says:
    Jan 26, 2015 2:09 PM
    Wilson is obviously a class act off the field but for me not sure if he is as classy on the field. What we do know is he is dangerous with his legs and has beautiful touch on the long ball. But he played horribly against the Packers and should never have got the chance to beat them.
    =========================================
    What does one bad half have to do with class? I’m a Patriots fan and respect Wilson off the field and his demeanor on the field.

    Tom Brady is probably more important to the Patriots than Wilson is to the Seahawks. If Brady has a bad game, the Patriots cannot beat Seattle. Wilson can have a bad game and the Seahawks can still win.

    The most interesting part of Sunday’s game will be if Seattle’s defense can stop Brady. They don’t have the type of defense that has hurt the Patriots. They were twentieth in the league in sacks. Teams that really shut down the Patriots are teams that get after the quarterback. Not surprisingly, those same teams were in the top of the rankings in sacks (Giants, Ravens, Jets, and Kansas City). The Patriots need to keep Brady clean. Hoping they do and Brady gets #4.

  66. unbreakable02215 says: Jan 26, 2015 2:32 PM

    Witch Hunt

  67. nfliferfan22 says: Jan 26, 2015 2:35 PM

    And having one of the best defenses in NFL history is relevant to your success. Another overhyped, overrated product of a great system. Once again, lets see this kid play with a lesser team with a poor offensive line and defense. Please flip the script and put him on Indy or lets enjoy how this kid does when this defense is depleted in the next few years.. Bye Felicia!

  68. truths4all says: Jan 26, 2015 2:39 PM

    ENOUGH of this nonsense perpetrated by very sore LOSERS and Patriot haters full of envy.

    Unless the NFL can show the balls were tampered with in their Sting Op or filled with nitrogen to make them easier to roll like tires or helium to make them float higher (makes them harder to throw), thr NFL and Goodell needs to apoligize to everyone for how they FUBAR this and try to spoil the Super Bowl.

    BTW, isn’t time they drug test Goodell and his staff? How about that Indy reporter who workrd hard to make this nothing into something that has been a big time waster and a fake Black Eye on the NFL?

  69. milestothe says: Jan 26, 2015 2:41 PM

    Let’s go Seattle!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  70. swineflooo says: Jan 26, 2015 2:50 PM

    Haters gonna hate. The only thing the patriots have ever been guilty of is arrogance. If they filmed from the stands or a diff location like every other team did there woukd be no spygate. The deflategate nonsense is a witchhunt

  71. riverhorsey says: Jan 26, 2015 2:50 PM

    You can trash the Patriots as much as you want. The whole league including the Seahawks have en bashing them as cheaters.

    Let’s play the game and see what happens. Maybe the refs can secure the balls for this one.

  72. mmack66 says: Jan 26, 2015 2:51 PM

    Don Shula was wrong!!

  73. seatownballers says: Jan 26, 2015 2:55 PM

    Forget about the scandal. Concentrate on your opponent

  74. hockeykrishna says: Jan 26, 2015 2:55 PM

    This story has completely changed. Google Mike Kensil, and see the PFT story about how this guy may have single handedly created the controversy!

  75. qdog112 says: Jan 26, 2015 2:56 PM

    “All those distractions about the footballs have nothing to do with us.” Russell Wilson.

    He din’t exonerate the Pats and the evidence they ate the blueberry pie remains, since they have the stains all over their mouths. He simply doesn’t want that story to supercede the game.

    Wilson is on the threshold of claiming unprecedented NFL history. Naturally, he wants the attention on the field. The careers of Russell and Tom and passing in opposite directions.

  76. tennesseeoilers says: Jan 26, 2015 2:59 PM

    Nfliferfan22 said:

    “Another overhyped, overrated product of a great system. Once again, lets see this kid play with a lesser team with a poor offensive line and defense.”

    Um, what? Dude, the Seahawks’ offensive line is notoriously terrible when it comes to pass blocking. In fact, only 5 quarterbacks were sacked more times than Russell Wilson this year. Wake up! The kid is clearly a playmaker.

    – Titans Fan

  77. daytontriangles says: Jan 26, 2015 3:03 PM

    If the Patriots continue to get hounded by the press and their own League, all the way up to kickoff, how can we say this was a fair Superbowl?

    No matter how good and professional the Patriots organization and players might be, it’s nearly impossible to avoid this having an impact on their mental preparation.

    And how much worse will it be if, ultimately, the Patriots lose and then the investigation/string operation leads to nothing?

    The Seahawk’s win would be forever tainted.

  78. raoool says: Jan 26, 2015 3:20 PM

    “We’re focused on playing our football and playing one play at a time” … ‘oh and taking turns seeing if we can get Gronkowski motivated for the big game’

  79. bencoates57 says: Jan 26, 2015 3:22 PM

    Pete Carole’s Patriots of the late 90s over-pursued more than any defense I’ve ever seen. Blitz everybody every down. Run in like a chicken with your head cut off. Opposing QB would just dump off in the flat and watch the TD.

  80. eyeandfootballofhorus says: Jan 26, 2015 3:23 PM

    gets down to chain of custody of the footballs(especially the intercepted one) and whether the officials did or did not measure the pressure accurately. so far there has been nothing but murkiness on both counts.

    add to that the notion of a sting operation with reports of foreknowledge on the part of colts officials, inaccurate media reports, the totally overblown media circus distracting from game-planning and you can see why pats fans(of which i am one) are skeptical of the whole thing.

    plus it doesn’t amount to a hill of beans, even if the patriots are responsible. heard an interesting, if half-baked, theory though. one guy postulates that the patriots did indeed inflate to below the minimum, to insure proper inflation in the SB. why you ask? russell wilson’s hands are smaller than brady’s…if so, the hoodie strikes again!

  81. skooter519 says: Jan 26, 2015 3:24 PM

    heybackatyou says:
    Jan 26, 2015 1:54 PM
    Media Day is tomorrow. Patriot players wishing to move on from deflategate are going to have their patience tested. It should be fun.
    I suspect one or more Patriot player is going to snap and go ballistic.

    You obviously don’t know how well the Patriots are coached.

  82. repmochief says: Jan 26, 2015 3:28 PM

    Gotta love the baseball reference above

    Yeah – and you’d NEVER find pitchers tampering with a baseball!
    ………………………………………………..

    So you’re suggesting ejecting the QB if footballs are found to be under/over inflated during a game? Because that’s what happens to a pitcher when he’s caught tampering with a ball. Now that would put an interesting twist on the game…

  83. daveyw63 says: Jan 26, 2015 3:51 PM

    Good ’nuff…
    Bring on the game!
    L.O.B.!!
    GO HAWKS!!!

  84. proudchowdahead13 says: Jan 26, 2015 4:06 PM

    I think Wilson is a class act, and look forward to a great Super Bowl. Enough of the BS.

  85. foofooface says: Jan 26, 2015 4:27 PM

    Did anyone see that Wired for Sound vs the packers?
    That was pretty damn epic Russell Wilson, his intensity was off the charts. I hope they beat the cheating Pats

  86. largentthanlife says: Jan 27, 2015 2:02 PM

    -“russell wilson’s hands are smaller than brady’s…”

    You sure about that? Wilson’s got some large mitts on him.

  87. 8888dew says: Jan 30, 2015 6:28 AM

    ESPN-Hissy-Fit

  88. genuine30096 says: Jan 31, 2015 9:10 PM

    Russell Wilson seems like a genuinely nice person. He doesn’t want to hurt anyone, doesn’t want to step on anyone’s toes; all he wants to do is play football and do his charity work, it seems. Good on you, Russell Wilson!!! Btw, I hope he and the ‘Hawks can take another championship to the city of Seattle.

  89. genuine30096 says: Jan 31, 2015 9:12 PM

    Since Ryan and the ‘Dirty Birds’ cant seem to even come close to bringing something to the ATL, I will be pulling mightily hard for Russell Wilson, the ‘Hawks & their fans!!!

    #GoHawks!!!!

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