Russell Wilson Denies Report of Requesting Pete Carroll’s Firing

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has been at the center of a controversy after reports surfaced that he had asked for head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider to be fired. According to sources, the request was made prior to Wilson being traded.

Wilson has since denied the reports, saying that he has a great relationship with Carroll and Schneider and that he would never ask for them to be fired.

ESPN, citing an anonymous source, reported that Wilson had pushed for Carroll to be fired, while Yahoo Sports reported that Wilson’s comments on Carroll’s wristband had validated the reports.

HotNewHipHop reported that Stephen A. Smith had gone “scorched earth” on Wilson, while NBC Sports reported that Wilson had attempted to get Carroll and Schneider fired before he was traded.

The controversy has been a hot topic in the sports world, with many fans and analysts weighing in on the situation. The full coverage of the story can be found on USNN.