Report: Wilson 'not happy' with Seahawks, team fielding trade calls
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Russell Wilson hasn't demanded a trade, but he's "not happy" with the Seattle Seahawks, ESPN's Dianna Russini said Thursday on "The Pat McAfee Show."

Russini added that Seattle isn't shopping the star quarterback but is fielding calls from inquiring teams.

There's reportedly a growing belief among NFL executives that the eight-time Pro Bowler will be traded due to ongoing friction between the two sides.

Wilson's lack of input regarding organizational matters - including its work to address the team's offensive line - reportedly factors into his growing dissatisfaction with the Seahawks.

Though Wilson said he wants to remain in Seattle, he'd waive his no-trade clause to be acquired only by the Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints, Las Vegas Raiders, or Chicago Bears.

However, the veteran passer reportedly doesn't expect to be traded.

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