Details on What Bears Offered Seahawks for Russell Wilson

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Bears fans are miserable today, now that their team signed Andy Dalton instead of Russell Wilson, and while the following details won’t help, they will provide a “what could’ve been” moment to think about.

According to Dan Patrick, the Bears offered the Seahawks three first-round picks, a third-round pick, and two other starters for Russell Wilson. Seattle, of course, wasn’t down for that. Thus the Bears settled for Dalton. LOL.

The football film guys who told me the Chiefs would beat the Bucs in Super Bowl LV can debate the reported package. Have it. I, on the other hand, will tell you about this leak. It seems someone put this out to disclose the starting asking price for Wilson.

Even if the Seahawks don’t trade Wilson this year, they know that they might have to do so eventually. Getting this out there now allows teams to plan for a viable package in the coming years. 

I’m speaking to you, Lions. Starting planning.

Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack is a writer for OutKick where he reports and analyzes the latest media topics as well as trending sports, cultural and political stories.

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  1. If Wilson was true to his word then I would think that he would want to stay in Seattle.
    He recently came out big for BLM and BLM is trying to change Seattle into their likeness.
    But like most athletes of today that do a lot of mouthing for what others should do, that goes out the door when it comes to themselves.

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