russell wilson

“Always persevere, always have a great perspective, and always have great purpose in your life.” Indeed, a mantra that has firmly established RUSSELL WILSON’s dedication to excellence as an elite quarterback in the NFL, an innovated business entrepreneur, and a community leader.Russell has led the team to more wins than any other quarterback in team history, including a victory in Super Bowl XLVIII (2013). In 2014, he led Seattle to a second straight Super Bowl berth as a two-time NFC Champion (2013, 2014). n 2020, Russell Wilson will enter his ninth season with the Seahawks. He holds the NFL record for most regular season wins by a QB in his first five seasons (56) and the record for the most passing touchdowns in a season by a rookie (26). He also holds the second-highest passer rating in NFL history (behind Aaron Rodgers). In 2016, Russell launched a men’s lifestyle apparel line, Good Man Brand, which is sold by major department stores, in addition to having a partnership with Amazon Fashion. In 2014, Russell founded The Why Not You Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to creating real and lasting change in the world by motivating and empowering today’s youth. In addition to financially supporting organizations aligned with the Foundation’s mission, Russell and his wife work to extend the Foundation’s impact by making weekly visits to Seattle Children’s Hospital where he lifts the spirits and brings joy to the hearts of patients and their families. In 2019 Russell and Ciara founded Why Not You Productions, their production company focused on scripted and unscripted film, television, and digital content projects. Projects through the shingle will focus on inspiring and aspiring narratives and human interest stories. Russell also heads Seattle-based West2East, a brand management, creative content and production company. Most recently, Russell established the Russell Wilson Quarterback Academy , Since its inception in 2012, the RWPA has held camps in nine cities and worked with more than 9,000 children.