For those of you who are clamoring for more of Pro Bowl quarterback Russell Wilson – look no further.
We’ve compiled several postseason and end of season interviews, as well as mentions from around the League of the man who notched a 100.0 QB rating, threw for 3,118 yards and tied the NFL-rookie record with 26 passing TDs in 2012.
We’ll continue to update this blog item with more from No. 3 throughout the offseason, but in the meantime have a look and listen to the links below.
THURSDAY, APRIL 18-
FRIDAY, MARCH 15-
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13-
FRIDAY, MARCH 1-
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson threw some of the best deep balls in his rookie season. Watch as Wilson breaks down the art of his deep passes and tells which quarterbacks he’s learned from.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26-
Wide receiver Doug Baldwin has grabbed hold of the video camera this offseason with a project he dubs the “Fresh Files” – a video blog that incorporates fan interaction stemming from his own Facebook and Twitter accounts.
In his latest “Fresh Files” installment, Baldwin caught up with a few teammates in the training room at Virginia Mason Athletic Center. That list included strong safety Kam Chancellor, running back Robert Turbin, linebacker Malcolm Smith, and of course, quarterback Russell Wilson:
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6-
A 12th Man faithful put together a mashup video of nearly every one of Russell Wilson’s “Go Hawks” from the 2012 season. The final product is quite entertaining:
Former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb weighs in on which rookie quarterback will have the most successful sophomore season in 2013:
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5-
NFL Network analyst Brian Baldinger picks Russell Wilson as the quarterback who will be the next fresh face in the Super Bowl:
Russell Wilson stopped by Virginia Mason Athletic Center and took a moment to answer a season ticket holder renewal call. Their conversation ended with a “Go Hawks” from Russell, of course.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3-
Russell Wilson made a cameo in a Super Bowl ad from American Family Insurance:
CBS Sports’ The Super Bowl Today crew is joined by Russell Wilson and Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman to break down the Baltimore Ravens’ three wide receiver setup.
CBS Sports’ The Super Bowl Today show features Russell Wilson and Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman demonstrating how the San Francisco 49ers run their pistol offense.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2-
Russell Wilson stops by the Xfinity couch at the 2013 NFL Honors show:
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1-
Russell Wilson on the set of Super Bowl Live:
Russell Wilson talks about his rookie year on The Dan Patrick Show:
Russell Wilson joins Jim Rome in The Jungle:
Russell Wilson with ESPN Radio’s Colin Cowherd on The Herd talking about his rookie season and what makes the San Francisco 49ers defense so tough:
Russell Wilson joins North Carolina’s Joe Ovies of 99.9 The Fan:
Russell Wilson talks read-option with CBS Sports Network analysts at the site of Super Bowl XLVII.
Russell Wilson squares off with 17-year NFL QB Steve Beuerlein to see who can throw a more accurate ball to Shannon Sharpe at the site of Super Bowl XLVII.
Russell Wilson, Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt, and Washington Redskins linebacker London Fletcher discuss safety issues in the NFL.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 31 –
Russell Wilson goes one-on-one with NFL Network’s Steve Mariucci on Super Bowl Live to discuss his rookie year and his offseason plans:
NBC Sports highlights Wilson’s Road To Redemption:
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30 –
Russell Wilson and New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees sit down and talk with NFL Network’s Rich Eisen at Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans:
Russell Wilson chats with Adam Rank of NFL Fan Pass on “Radio Row” at Super Bowl XLVII:
Russell Wilson joins the Super Bowl XLVII set of NFL AM to talk about his rookie season and offer some tips on how to top the San Francisco 49ers:
Russell Wilson with CBS Sports’ Tim Brando Show:
Russell Wilson with Evan & Phillips in the Morning on Mad Dog Radio from Radio Row in New Orleans:
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Russell Wilson talks with ESPN Radio’s Mike and Mike in the Morning from the ESPN set at Super Bowl XLVII:
Russell Wilson on CBS Chicago’s McNeil and Spiegel Show:
Russell Wilson with CBSSports.com’s Eye on Football
SATURDAY, JANUARY 27 –
Russell Wilson reacts after the NFC’s 62-35 win over the AFC squad in the 2013 Pro Bowl:
Russell Wilson on NFL Radio with Jeff Rickard and Dan Leberfield after his 98-yard, 3-TD passing day at the 2013 Pro Bowl:
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 25-
Russell Wilson chats with NFL Network’s Marshall Faulk about his 2013 Pro Bowl experience:
SUNDAY, JANUARY 20 –
Russell Wilson talks with NFL Network’s Kurt Warner on Sunday Spotlight, breaking down the San Francisco 49ers defense against the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC Championship game:
Russell Wilson and Denver Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey join NFL GameDay Morning to demonstrate how to defend the zone-read option:
Russell Wilson and Denver Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey break down the New England Patriots-Baltimore Ravens AFC Championship matchup:
Russell Wilson joins NFL GameDay Morning to talk about the keys to championship Sunday:
FRIDAY, JANUARY 18 –
Russell Wilson on The Dennis Miller Radio Show:
THURSDAY, JANUARY 17 –
Russell Wilson on The Jim Rome Show:
TUESDAY, JANUARY 15 –
Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema talks with 710 AM ESPN Seattle’s “Brock and Salk” about what it was like coaching Russell Wilson at Wisconsin:
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9 –
Russell Wilson with ESPN’s Mike and Mike in the Morning:
TUESDAY, JANUARY 8 –
Wilson talks with Adam Schein and Rich Gannon of SiriusXM’s Blitz: