The Seattle Seahawks have made it quite clear they won't be trading Russell Wilson this offseason, but that hasn't stopped the Commanders from making a move. And they were serious about things.
According to Ian Rapoport, Washington indeed put a package on the table for a Wilson deal. Seattle told them thanks, but no thanks.
Wilson trade rumors continue to fly, but both Pete Carroll and John Schneider said that they don't plan on sending the star signal-caller anywhere. Teams like Washington can keep trying in this case, but nothing is going to get done. Wilson is Seattle's QB for the long haul.