It’s a tough call, but the Seahawks are looking for the best course of action.
The Seahawks will have to figure out how to protect Russell Wilson.
The Seahawks could try to move the chains, but there is a risk that Wilson’s injury could derail them, according to a league source.
Wilson has played the entire season on injured reserve, which means he cannot be activated until the end of the regular season.
That leaves the Seahawks with little time to try to re-sign him to a new deal before the start of free agency.
Wilson, who will turn 30 during the season, has been plagued by injuries throughout his career.
His first two seasons with the Seahawks, Wilson was hurt and didn’t play.
He suffered a concussion in Week 3 last season.
His second injury came against the Packers in Week 4, then again in Week 7, and the Seahawks were unable to activate him.
The team didn’t make any moves before the Packers game.