NFL News – Seattle Seahawks

K.J. Wright 'not closing the door' on possible return to Seahawks: 'There is a chance' Wright Retires as Seahawk After 11 NFL Seasons – Veteran linebacker K.J. Wright signed a ceremonial one-day contract Wednesday to retire as a member of the Seattle Seahawks, the team announced.  Wright’s retirement ends an 11-year playing career that included 10 seasons as a starter on the famed defenses that helped lead the Seahawks through the most successful stretch in franchise history, which included a victory in Super Bowl XLVIII and a near repeat the next year. Wright spent 2021 with the Las Vegas Raiders and was interested in playing a 12th NFL season only if it was with the Seahawks, but they’ve been intent on going with younger players in the middle of their revamped defense. So Wright, who turned 33 on Saturday, will officially end his career in the same place it began in 2011.  Read more at:  https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/34303126/lb-kj-wright-retires-seattle-seahawk-11-nfl-seasons (Brady Henderson/ESPN)

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