Seahawks QB Russell Wilson: I won't allow one play to define my career
During Sunday's Super Bowl, Wilson threw an interception to New England cornerback Malcolm Butler on second and goal at the Patriots' 1-yard line. The Seahawks were on the verge of scoring a go-ahead touchdown with less than 30 seconds remaining when the pick occurred.
After the interception, the Patriots ran out the clock to win the game, 28-24.
Seattle head coach Pete Carroll accepted blame for the play call after the game, and Wilson said he thought it was a good call.
"I put the blame on me — I’m the one who threw it," Wilson said. "It’s something you learn from, it’s something you grow from."
- Molly Geary