9/20Transcripts&Audio:R. Wilson,B.Schottenheimer, B Wagner

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    Russell Wilson transcript with embedded audio >>>

    Brian Schottenheimer transcript with embedded audio >>>

    Bobby Wagner transcript with embedded audio >>>

    I thought the Bobby Wagner transcript was particularly informative with regards to his growth in maturity .................
    (On when he realized that his groin was going to be an issue) “I did it early in the second quarter. I didn’t think it was anything serious until after the game and got it checked out. I think I just had to trust the trainers. Last year I kind of was in the same situation when it came to my hamstring and I can’t necessarily say that I trusted the trainers in that situation and it kind of lingered for the last eight games. It wasn’t something that I wanted to do again, so I made the grown-up decision and did the right thing this time.”

    (On why he played through the hamstring last year despite the lingering effects) “I don’t know, I just don’t like missing games, I don’t like watching. I felt like it was something that I could manage, and I can deal with and I wanted to be out there for my teammates and I felt like I could help. I felt like I faired pretty well up until the Jacksonville game. I think that’s when it really got worse and then it kind of lingered into the Rams game, which, you know, if you watched the film you can see that. Kind of dealing with that, I just didn’t want to do that again. I was smarter this time, I feel great and I’m excited to get out there.”

    (On how the experiences Austin Calitro has gotten so far will benefit him) “It’s going to help him a lot. I think he’s a huge asset to our team because he’s just a really good linebacker. The first game you’ve seen him at WILL. And then the last time you seen him at MIKE. He’s able to do a lot of things and I think that’s going to fare well for us throughout the whole season. He’s even really, really good at special teams. He’s a very, very good football player and I’m excited he’s on our team.”
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