The Seattle Seahawks’ offense in 2021 figures to be as pored over and picked apart as any offensive or defensive unit in the NFL this season. That’s where new offensive coordinator Shane Waldron comes in.
Just one step remains in the Seattle Seahawks’ offseason — a three-day minicamp that begins Tuesday. When it ends Thursday afternoon, players will head into the summer, not to return until they report July 27 for training camp which starts July 31.
That’s true in a literal sense, of course. He showed up this week for Organized Team Activities in Renton, one of several Seahawk veterans to do so despite early indications they would skip the non-mandatory portion of the offseason, en masse.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson said Thursday that he did not request a trade this offseason and he believes conversations with coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider have strengthened his relationship with the team.
The quiet, mundane nature of Russell Wilson’s appearance this week at Seahawks OTAs is welcome news in itself — maybe the most welcome of the year — when contrasted with the cacophony of the quarterback’s offseason.