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Wilson would clean up with no cap

Imagine the kind of contracts Russell Wilson and Dez Bryant could command if there was no salary cap in the NFL. Kevin Seifert did the math. Staggering numbers

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Russell Wilson + No Salary cap = $$$?

The Seahawks don't want anyone other than Russell Wilson as their QB. So, they'll have to pay big bucks to keep him. But what if there were no salary cap? How much would Wilson be worth? Asking the experts

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3dJason Reid

Reid: Cap cruel to elite stars like QB Wilson

There's something wrong with the kind of system that results in superstar athletes like Russell Wilson getting squeezed or LeBron James being outearned, Jason Reid writes.

Seattle's Offense Is Primed To Win Now

With Marshawn Lynch (29) and Jimmy Graham (29) the elder statesmen on the offensive side, expect Seattle to once again compete for the NFC crown with a young and hungry unit. Offenses built to win now (Insider)

How does the salary cap affect the NFL? (4:13)
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4dAaron Schatz

Schatz: Five offenses built to win now

Aaron Schatz uses Football Outsiders' snap-weighted age metric to determine which offenses are getting older and making a concerted effort to win now.


Russell Wilson assuming all the risk

Said Adam Caplan: "If he suffers a significant injury, you don't know what's going to happen."

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Russell Wilson on stats, money, life

"There's only one [number] that matters. It comes down to wins. Wins and being clutch. I believe every time I have the opportunity, I'm going to find a way to win." Complete Q&A

NFL's highest-paid QBs

The average cash value for the contract of Seahawks QB Russell Wilson ($749K) is considerably lower than many of the league's premier signal callers.

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5dMarty Smith

Russell Wilson: 'Let my play speak for itself'

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson talks about his contract, wanting to stay in Seattle and giving back to the community in this complete transcript of his Q&A with Marty Smith.

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Russell Wilson: A $25M QB?

The Seahawk said his play will determine his pay: "I continue to love the game for what it is ... and continue to play no matter how much I'm getting paid, no matter if it's $25 million or if it's $1.5 million." 'I love Seattle'

Russell Wilson's instant success

Wilson is the first QB in NFL history to start 2 Super Bowls in his first 3 seasons. And his 36 wins in that span are 3 more than any other QB in the Super Bowl era.

Wilson assuming all the risk (2:45)
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Beast Mode dives into Skittles

If you've ever wanted to see Marshawn Lynch take his trademark backward end-zone dive out of the endzone and into a giant container of Skittles, wait no longer. Lynch's colorful dive

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Future Power Rankings: Seahawks No. 2

For the third straight year, our experts have named the Seattle Seahawks as one of the top three teams positioned for success over the next three seasons. The dilemma for Seattle is when Russell Wilson starts counting for more than just $1.69 million against the salary cap. Future Power Rankings (Insider)


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