Russell Carrington Wilson is the US winger for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League. Wilson first played football and baseball for North Carolina State University between 2008 and 2010 before moving to Wisconsin. He played college football for the University of Wisconsin during the 2011 season, during which he set an FBS one-season passing efficiency record and led the team to the 2012 Big Ten titles and Rose Bowl. He also played in mini-league baseball for Tri-City Dust Devils in 2010 and Asheville Tourist in 2011 as a second athlete, and as of 2019 his professional baseball rights came from Somerset Patriots, the Double-A affiliate. from New York. Yankees. He was selected by the Seahawks in the third round of the 2012 NFL Draft.
|Date of birth||November 29, 1988|
|Place of birth||Cincinnati, Ohio|
|High school||Collegiate School (Richmond, Virginia)|
|College||NC State (2007–2009), Wisconsin (2011)|
|NFL Draft||2012 / Round: 3/ Pick: 75|
Quarterback who helped lead the Seattle Seahawks to victory in Super Bowl XLVIII, during just his second year in the NFL. He then took the Seahawks back to the Super Bowl the following year but they were defeated by the New England Patriots.
He entered training camp in his rookie season with Seattle as a backup to newly acquired quarterback Matt Flynn, but after his impressive play in the pre-season, head coach Pete Carroll announced that he would be the starter.
He divorced his first wife Ashton Wilson in 2014 after over two years of marriage. He then married R&B star Ciara in July 2016. He became a father to Ciara's son Future Zahir, who she had with rapper Future. Wilson and Ciara then welcomed a daughter of their own named Sienna in 2017, followed by a son named Win in 2020. His younger sister Anna was recruited to play basketball at Stanford and his older brother Harrison played college football and baseball at Richmond.
NC State Wolfpack baseball players. President of American Football and Investors. Tri-City Dust Devil players. Baseball second. NC State Wolfpack football players. Athletes of Richmond, Virginia. Pro Bowl players do not have conferences. Virginia baseball player. Asheville tourism player. Wisconsin Badgers football player. American football players from Virginia. Cincinnati Sportsmen