The Seahawks are looking for a new offensive coordinator, and the Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson wants to be included.
Wilson said today that he considered this a critical moment in his career and that it was crucial for the Seahawks to listen to his contribution in finding the right person to commit the crime.
“Being a quarterback is a must for my career,” said Wilson through Joe Fan of NBC Sports Northwest.
Wilson said he considered Brian Schottenheimer, who was fired as offensive coordinator this week, a “great coach.” And Wilson added that it is important that he and head coach Pete Carroll are on the same page for the replacement of Schottenheimer.
If they fail to land on the same page, the Seahawks could have an unfortunate quarterback franchise.