Russell Wilson (3) is still in a Seahawks uniform -- and fellow veteran quarterback Colin Kaepernick (left) still remains in no uniform -- as Seattle begins organized team activities in Renton. The former San Francisco 49ers starter visited the Seahawks last week to explore the possibility of becoming Wilson’s backup, but he remains unsigned.
Russell Wilson (3) is still in a Seahawks uniform -- and fellow veteran quarterback Colin Kaepernick (left) still remains in no uniform -- as Seattle begins organized team activities in Renton. The former San Francisco 49ers starter visited the Seahawks last week to explore the possibility of becoming Wilson’s backup, but he remains unsigned. Marcio Jose Sanchez AP
Russell Wilson (3) is still in a Seahawks uniform -- and fellow veteran quarterback Colin Kaepernick (left) still remains in no uniform -- as Seattle begins organized team activities in Renton. The former San Francisco 49ers starter visited the Seahawks last week to explore the possibility of becoming Wilson’s backup, but he remains unsigned. Marcio Jose Sanchez AP
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Seahawks OTAs begin--yes, without Colin Kaepernick

May 30, 2017 03:44 PM

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