After yet another early exit from the playoffs, Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson voiced his frustrations with the team and league-leading sacks he has endured. Tensions spiked in the offseason when Wilson's agent claimed he would waive his no-trade clause to four teams. On Thursday, Wilson explained that did not request a trade and wants to remain in Seattle for the rest of his career. Sports Illustrated's Madelyn Burke and Bill Enright analyze if Russell Wilson will retire as a Seahawk.
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