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Bobby Wagner is no secret to fame. The inside linebacker has wreaked havoc throughout his career. The athlete has set up a course that could land him in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Wagner went through some developments when he tested free agency for the first time. The athlete is yet again in the zone and is the hottest among the rest. But the fans could see a reunion on the horizon.

Bobby Wagner was a hot commodity for the Seattle Seahawks. He became a Super Bowl Champion while teaming up with Russell Wilson. But things fizzled out when the franchise released the linebacker. Wagner eventually joined the Los Angeles Rams, but they could not keep their position this year, which led to them mutually parting ways.

Seahawks are seeking a reunion?


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It looks like the Seattle Seahawks are keeping their options wide. It also involves bringing back a former franchise star. Franchise GM John Schneider said via Seattle Sports about interacting with the nine-time All-Pro athlete for a potential reunion. GM Schneider mentioned, “Pete Carroll and I were able to talk to him and we had a great, awesome, frank conversation, so he knows where we’re, and we know where he’s at.”

Bobby Wagner opened his career with The Blue Wave and was with them for ten seasons. However, when the franchise was under speculation over a mega Russell Wilson trade, Wagner was unceremoniously released from the franchise. It led to some friction among both parties, but the Seattle front took the responsibility.


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Bobby Wagner’s return to Seattle could pay up substantial dividends for the franchise. But if his Hall of Fame-worthy career is any proof, there could be more franchises on the run.

Where could Bobby Wagner head next?

Bobby Wagner is on the loose for the second time, and no franchise would let him go that easily. Since the athlete wants to win, some franchises could aptly use the athlete. The Seahawks are a worthy choice, but franchises like the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys could also appropriately use the athlete.


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The Cowboys and Eagles could use some veteran help at the linebackers’ position. The New York Giants also need to work around some upgrades around their recently extended quarterback, Daniel Jones. The New Orleans Saints could also use another weapon alongside Chris Olave. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers need to make a revamp too.


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Where would the free-agent linebacker head next? It is subject to witness.

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