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He'll be 33 next year

Wilson answered questions that afternoon exactly the exact same way he has during his nine-year NFL career -- without uttering a critical word. That's why it was so jarring when he went public with his frustration over all the hits he's taken and stated his desire for more state in the team's personnel decisions. "I feel that is a major thing that we have got to mend," he said of Seattle's pass defense. "That's got to be fixed and has to be at the close of the day, because my goal is to play with 10 to 15 more years" It does not look to be a coincidence that Wilson's remarks came days after Super Bowl LV. He wants to do what Tom Brady is performing -- win and play well into his 40s -- but realizes that might not be sensible if the status quo continues. He'll be 33 next year and plays in a division with star pass-rushers like Chandler Jones, Nick Bosa and reigning Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald, whose dominance of the Seahawks continued with two sacks from the wild-card round to send Seattle into another early playoff exit. If you want to know more about NFL,you can visit