"I'm going through the grieving process myself because this has touched everyone in the community," chaplain Russell Wilson said. "If you don't know someone that goes here, you know someone that knows someone."
"For me, I just want to be paid based on what I'm worth, what I've produced, whatever that means. For me, I just let the play speak for itself," Wilson said. "That's not my job to kind of do all that. That's why I hire [agent] Mark Rodgers and that's why I trust him to figure everything out for me, work everything out and sure enough it did and I get to play here for another four more years. Couldn't be much better."