The Seattle Seahawks will usher in the closing game at home this Sunday. This may also be the last time coach Pete Carroll and quarterback Russell Wilson will play together at home.
Most people in the league believe that Pete Carroll and Russell Wilson will not play for the Seattle Seahawks together next season, marking the end of their successful era.
Before this week’s game, Pete Carroll and Russell Wilson won 61 home games (including the playoffs), second only to Bill Belichick and Tom Brady in the same period.
Russell Wilson himself said in a previous interview: “Personally, I also hope that this will not be my last game (in Seattle). But I also know that this is not my last game in the league. “
Pete Carroll’s coach contract lasts until the end of the 2025 season, and Russell Wilson’s contract also has two years left. They will ultimately be left to the team chairman Jody Allen (Jody Allen) to decide. Russell Wilson’s contract included a no-deal clause, but last offseason, he also stated that he only wanted to be traded to one of the four teams Dallas Cowboys, Chicago Bears, New Orleans Saints and Las Vegas Raiders.