RENTON, Wash. — Last season was spent with theLinebacker for free Would you like to return to .
Wright said, “I want to return home.” told Trey WingoLast week, the Half-Forgotten History podcast. “I believe it's that easy. Seattle knows I want to go back. They know how important they are to me.”
After the conclusion of its three-day rookie minicamp, Pete Carroll, Seahawks coach, was asked about Wright’s comments. Although Wright's response was not convincing, it doesn't mean that a reunion is possible. The Seahawks seem ready to take on recent draft picks.(2020 first rounder) (2019 third-rounder), as their starting inside linebackers.
Carroll declared, “I love K.J.” Carroll said, “I have already spoken to him about things for the future and all of that.” I heard him mention playing, and that we had already talked about it.
Wright, 32 years old, spent 10 seasons with the Seahawks and helped them win Super Bowl XLVIII. He also helped them reach Super Bowl XLIX in the next year. After his 2016 season, Wright made the Pro Bowl. He racked up the third most tackles in franchise history behind Eugene Robinson..
One year after Wright's contract expired, the Seahawks released Wagner. Wright signed a $3.5 million one-year contract with the Raiders. He recorded 51 tackles in 17 games (eight start).
Wingo was told by he that he had left Vegas last year and went alone to Vegas. “My family didn’t come along with me. This is not something I will do again. I don't believe I will be moving my family any other place in the country. If it isn't Seattle, I'll be satisfied.”