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.