Very interesting take from Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll about why the Seahawks were willing to part company with Josh Wilson in a trade with the Baltimore Ravens.
The Ravens came after Wilson just in the last few days, according to Carroll, who said one of his goals has been accumulating enough talent to have other teams in pursuit of Seahawks’ players.
…As for why trading Wilson instead of (CB Kelly)Jennings, who now becomes the full-time starter?
“They were splitting time,” said Carroll. “Both guys could play for us. Kelly has done a wonderful job for us. He’s really a good technique player and we’re pleased as heck to have him. We were able to do this because of those other guys. That’s really what made it possible.”