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Russell Wilson Next Team Odds Posted as Trade Talk Heats Up

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Feb/10/2021

Seattle Seahawks starting quarterback Russell Wilson appeared on the Dan Patrick Show Tuesday morning and made some news.

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When asked if he thought the reports were true, that teams were calling Seattle to see if he was available to be traded, Wilson said he thought the reports were indeed accurate, but it didn’t surprise him.

“I definitely believe they’ve gotten calls, for sure,” Wilson said.  “Anytime you’re a player that tries to produce every week and has done it consistently, I think people are going to call, for sure, and it’s part of the process.”

The oddsmakers released futures on Wilson's next team, making the Las Vegas Raiders a 3-1 favorite followed by the Dallas Cowboys at 6-1.

When Patrick asked him if he was available in trade talks, Wilson said, laughing, “I don’t know if I’m available or not.  That’s a Seahawks question.”

The Seahawks went 12-4 in the 2020 regular season, winning the NFC West Division for the first time since 2016.  They lost their home playoff game to the LA Rams in the Wild Card, 30-20.

Russell Wilson Next Team Odds

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Las Vegas Raiders       +300

Dallas Cowboys           +600

Jacksonville Jaguars    +700

Washington Football Team    +800

San Francisco 49ers    +900

Denver Broncos          +1000

Indianapolis Colts       +1200

Miami Dolphins          +1200

Carolina Panthers       +1600

Chicago Bears +1600

Houston Texans          +1600

New England Patriots +1600

New York Jets +1600

New Orleans Saints     +2500

Philadelphia Eagles     +2500

Cleveland Browns       +4000

Minnesota Vikings      +4000

Pittsburgh Steelers     +4000

Atlanta Falcons           +5000

Cincinnati Bengals      +5000

New York Giants         +5000

Tennessee Titans        +5000

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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