Although there’s still a month until training camp starts, Seattle Seahawks quarterback, Russell Wilson, is already feeling confident in the future of the team and thinks they’re in a better place than they were prior to their Super Bowl win.
Wilson explained to ESPN:
“Right now I definitely believe we’re way further ahead…It’s exciting. You have an itch because you know how to do it at a very high level. And the best part about it is we can continue to do it better.”
With the introduction of new teammates, receivers Paul Richardson and Kevin Norwood, it has only motivated the quarterback and the team to improve even more.
“There’s a lot more ways we can be better…And there’s a lot more ways that I can get better. That’s the great part about it. I continue to try to stay focused on what I can control and continue to grow in every way possible.”
The Seahawks do face a tough season this year due to added threats to their division, including the St. Louis Rams who drafted Michael Sam and their rival, the San Francisco 49ers who drafted both Carlos Hyde and Chris Borland as possible answers to the ‘Hawks unstoppable defense. However, Wilson remains positive believing that the best days are ahead for him and many of his teammates.