The final two starters from Seattle’s 2013 Super Bowl winning team — ones that seemed destined to be lifelong players for the team — are no longer Seahawks.
SEATTLE — With two brush strokes over the span of about 10 hours, the Seattle Seahawks said goodbye to giant foundations of their Super Bowl history.
Gone is quarterback Russell Wilson, in a blockbuster move. Gone is Bobby Wagner, the defensive stalwart and likely future Hall of Famer, .
So long history. Hello, rebuild.
That is the apparent direction the Seahawks are headed after a Tuesday that won’t be forgotten by their fans. The
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