Russell Wilson says he has no doubt about play call
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson said he had no doubts about the controversial play call that led to his game-losing interception in the Super Bowl.
"I had no doubt in the play call,'' Wilson said. "I still don't to this day."
Wilson tried to throw a slant to Ricardo Lockette, but it was intercepted by Malcolm Butler.
"It looked open enough,'' Wilson said. "When I threw it, it was, 'Touchdown. Second Super Bowl ring. Here we go.'''
Wilson is still expected to cash in with a new contract.
"I really, honestly don't even think about it,'' Wilson said. "I obviously want to play in Seattle forever."
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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun