If Russell Wilson wasn’t happy with his involvement in the Seattle Seahawks offense, he should be pretty happy with the first signals he’s hearing from the Denver Broncos.
Broncos coach Nathaniel Hackett sent a clear message to Wilson on Sunday. Hackett said Denver’s offense would be suited to Wilson and the team’s strategy would be to do “what Russell likes to do.”
Russell Wilson was reportedly frustrated that he didn’t have enough of a say in the SEA offense. That won’t be the case with the Broncos. Hackett on Tailored Attack: “Once you get to know him, understand him, we’ll build it around him. So what’s it going to be? It’s going to be what Russell likes to do. ” #9sports
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That should be music to Wilson’s ears. There was plenty of speculation that the veteran quarterback was frustrated in Seattle’s offense. In fact, a former teammate seemed to sum up Wilson’s frustrations pretty well.
Will an attack tailored directly to Wilson help him improve? That remains to be seen. He’s certainly likely to be much happier in this environment, though.
Pictured: 10 Feb 2022; Los Angeles, California, USA; Russell Wilson appears on the red carpet ahead of the NFL Honors awards show at the YouTube Theater. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee – USA TODAY Sports