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Topic - Russell Wilson
Texas right-hander Colby Lewis failed to get out of the first inning in his first start since having hip surgery in August, and the Rangers lost 6-5 to the Cleveland Indians on Monday.
Russell Wilson has enjoyed spending time with the Texas Rangers. Yet the Seattle Seahawks are never far from the young quarterback's mind.
A bat and a glove weren't too far away, and all the Seattle Seahawks quarterback wanted was to hear was Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington telling him to grab one and get ready.
The Seattle Seahawks stunned the world in Super Bowl XLVIII by not only beating the slightly favored Denver Broncos, but also by destroying them. After the 43-8 win gave the team its first Super Bowl victory, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson led fellow Christians on both sides of the game in prayer giving glory to God. After praying, Mr. Wilson got on stage in front of millions of fans and praised God for the win.
John Hicks still knows the scouting report. The former Virginia catcher remembers that when Russell Wilson was at the plate he would try and hit the ball back up the middle. And when Wilson was on the mound at North Carolina State, he liked to throw his slider.
The Texas Rangers have no plans to put Super Bowl-winning quarterback Russell Wilson at the plate.
Russell Wilson is getting on the diamond again.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson said Tuesday that when it comes to football, characteristics like a player's race or religion make no difference whatsoever to him or his teammates.
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Super Bowl winning-quarterback Russell Wilson is going to spring training.
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John Elway's philosophy is to address immediate needs in free agency, even though some of his own veterans may prove too pricey to keep around.
Confetti cannons boomed around Peyton Manning following Seattle's 43-8 dismantling of Denver and the five-time MVP sought out Russell Wilson to congratulate the Seahawks' second-year scrambler on his stunningly lopsided Super Bowl triumph.
Less than a week removed from Seattle's lopsided win over Denver in the Super Bowl, the focus has already shifted to next season.
Hundreds of thousands of notoriously loud Seahawks fans cranked up the volume Wednesday, cheering, chanting and going berserk during a parade and ceremony to celebrate the first Super Bowl victory in the history of the franchise.
"You never say never," Wilson said. "I've always had the dream of playing two sports, and if somehow, by a miracle, it would work out, I'd consider it. You never say never, but at the same time, I'm focused on winning championships with the Seattle Seahawks and playing a long time."
The Rangers knew Wilson still harbored a hope of playing professional baseball, and they paid $12,000 — the cost of Wilson's contract — to control his rights with the hope that at the very least, he'd speak to some of the team's younger players at some point during spring training.