Russell Wilson, Seahawks keep busy in offseason California workouts

You could forgive Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson if he took it easy during the offseason. But it's pretty clear from some Instagram videos he just posted that Wilson and some of his teammates aren't resting on their Super Bowl champion laurels.

"Training with my offense down in California this week! #Repeat #AllInAgain!" Wilson wrote in a post on one of the videos. The video, shot in a gym in Huntington Beach, shows Wilson along with fellow quarterbacks Tarvaris Jackson and B.J. Daniels, tight ends Zach Miller, Luke Willson, Anthony McCoy, Travis Beckum, and Cooper Helfet, wide receivers Percy Harvin, Doug Baldwin, Jermaine Kearse, Ricardo Lockette, Arceto Clark, and Chris Matthews, as well as running backs Robert Turbin and Spencer Ware, according to

The other video, posted Tuesday afternoon, shows Wilson tossing a perfect play-action pass to Jermaine Kearse on what appears to be a high school field.

"3 to 15 for the score. #notime2sleep #NoOffSeason," Wilson wrote.

It's comforting to know that while 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is in the news again for all the wrong reasons after a "suspicious incident" at an apartment in Miami (albeit with the Seahawks' Lockette,) Wilson is focused on business.

Josh Kerns,
Josh Kerns is an award winning reporter/anchor and host of KIRO Radio's Seattle Sounds (Sunday afternoons 5-6p) and a digital content producer for
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