The Costacos Brothers, creators of those campy, extremely literal posters of athletes in the ‘80s, have “come out of retirement” to make a special edition poster of Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. The NFL player and recent sex-haver is: Armed and Dangeruss.
Look how chill that dude is right there. Twenty-seven years old, a Super Bowl winner, wearing a hoodie to a graduation ceremony at which he gave a funny, inspirational, self-effacing speech that also settled some scores with an old coach. This weekend in Madison, Russell Wilson—Seahawks QB, former Wisconsin Badger,…
Seahawks quarterback and outspoken non-fucker Russell Wilson is one step closer to fucking. He posted a video showing an ecstatic Ciara reacting to his proposal. Congratulations to the couple that will someday have sex.
Yesterday was Woman Crush Wednesday on Twitter, so Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson decided to offer an encomium to the light and love of his life, Ciara:
R&B singer Ciara’s 30th birthday was Sunday, and to celebrate, her boyfriend Russell Wilson threw her a party. The couple dressed up as Catwoman and Batman, and Wilson strengthened the theory that it’s incredibly difficult to not look like a dork in a full Batman costume. (Sure, you feel cool, and that’s all that…
After the Packers’ 27-17 win over the Seahawks last night, Aaron Rodgers gave the credit to God. Which wouldn’t be a thing, normally: athletes do that all the time. Except Rodgers is already on record as believing God doesn’t care about Packers-Seahawks games. This was a shot at Russell Wilson.
Russell “Nanobubbles” Wilson said his magical miracle fraud water helped him get over a blow to the head in the NFC Title game, what he really meant was that the stuff is so puissant, it actually stopped him from getting a concussion in the first place. Oh, that’s much more believable.
Today at Rolling Stone you’ll find Stephen Rodrick’s profile of Russell Wilson, a lifelike colony of Surface™ Pro 3 banner ads employed by the Seattle Seahawks. In it, Rodrick recites a series of scenes from off-season product testing leading up to this September’s release date. The illusion seems to be impressive,…
Russell Wilson has been an NFL oddity the last few seasons: a franchise quarterback making peanuts. This is because he was drafted in the third round, and the CBA makes it impossible for any player drafted that late—no matter how quickly they may rise to stardom—to earn more than a couple million dollars during their…
Bomani Jones dished some takes about Russell Wilson’s sexless relationship with Ciara on Highly Questionable today, and his thoughts on premarital sex didn’t resonate with ESPN coworker Chris Broussard. The NBA writer came at Jones on Twitter for believing that chastity was silly.
Just as you haven’t known the touch of another person in seemingly forever, a star NFL QB is also going through enforced virginity. But that’s where the similarities end: Russell Wilson is doing so as mandated by Jesus, instead of having it unilaterally forced upon him by the rest of the world.
As first reported by Fox Sports' Jay Glazer, the Seattle Seahawks and New Orleans Saints have reached a trade agreement that will send all-pro tight end Jimmy Graham and a fourth-round pick to Seattle in exchange for a first-round pick and center Max Unger.
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The rumor about former Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate having boned down with Russell Wilson's then-wife is internet lore at this point, and it's something that Tate is probably going to be asked about for the rest of his life.
Russell Wilson saw Fifty Shades of Grey last night, and he has some thoughts.
You look at it again and again, on video taken from the field, in a still image from above, and you still can't quite grasp how it played out the way it did. Ricardo Lockette seemed wide open. Russell Wilson, his view screened by Brandon Browner standing up Jermaine Kearse (an absolutely vital condition for the…
Pete Carroll, who subscribes to one of the more explosive conspiracy theories out there, categorically denies any truth to the conspiracy theory that the Seahawks' desire to make a Super Bowl hero out of Russell Wilson and not Marshawn Lynch led him to overrule the fateful playcall.