Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks are one of those teams that are always dangerous once they get into the playoffs. Wilson has been able to propel his team to a Super Bowl title and another Super Bowl appearance the year after. Now, the Seahawks have had less success but they are still one of the premier teams in the NFC. 

Wilson is hoping that his team can bolster their offense in the offseason and according to John Clayton per ESPN, Wilson is looking at none other than Antonio Brown for the team's receiving core.

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Per Clayton:

“It’s pretty clear the Seahawks want to run the ball even more this year. They have loaded up at tight end and tried to stay big along the offensive line. But it’s not out of the question for the Seahawks to add another wide receiver. According to sources, Wilson would love to add Antonio Brown. Brown is also close with backup QB Geno Smith, whose one-year contract with the Seahawks was finalized Wednesday.”

Brown has had his fair share of problems over the last few years so it will be interesting to see if the Seahawks decide to follow through on Wilson's request. Not to mention, if they do sign Brown, there is no guarantee the NFL lets him step on the field right away.

Stay tuned for updates on this developing story.