We’ll miss you, Russ, but Seahawks get good value for their future hall-of-famer

Russell Wilsons picture still hangs outside Lumen Field, but the Seattle Seahawks great is headed to Denver.

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Russell Wilson’s picture still hangs outside Lumen Field, but the Seattle Seahawks great is headed to Denver.

Santana C. and Jayvon T.

The Russell Wilson trade is something nobody was expecting. 

He is now a part of the Denver Broncos. I think it was a good trade; some people have other opinions. Some people even said that he should have gone to a different team. Others also said, “oh my god he is going to the Bronco? Yayyyyy.” 

To be honest it was a shocking experience, but everyone is going to pull through it and honestly, I want to see the Seattle Seahawks go against Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl. 

Let us get in depth in the trade. Denver sent to Seattle two first-round draft picks, two second-round picks, and a fifth-round draft pick. The Seahawks also get Drew Lock, Noah Fant, and Shelby Harris. 

All Seattle had to give up is a future Hall of Fame quarterback and a fourth-round pick. 

My opinion on trade is the Seahawks won. Yes, they give up Russ, but Seattle gets a BIG package back in return. They get athletic tight end Noah Fant with all the potential in the world. He is still young and can be a true difference maker for the Seahawks. 

They also get back a solid defensive line piece in Shelby Harris, who just had one of his best seasons in the league. He is getting up there in age but still going to help the run game. 

They also got Drew Lock, who I feel like is not going to help the Seahawks very much. He has not had a good year yet for Denver. The former second round pick will be a one and done for Seattle or may not even start a game. 

 But Seattle decided to move Russell and they got a got a good package back in return.