What kind of offer will it take for the Seahawks to trade Russell Wilson? | First Take

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What kind of offer will it take for the Seahawks to trade Russell Wilson? | First Take

Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman weigh in on a reported trade offer from the Chicago Bears that would send three first-round picks, one third-round pick and two starting players to the Seattle Seahawks in exchange for QB Russell Wilson.

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0:00 Stephen A. Smith agrees that the Seahawks should not have taken the deal if it was offered by the Bears.

2:21 Stephen A. brings up a time when Kobe Bryant did not want to be with the Los Angeles Lakers.

4:35 Max Kellerman details what Seattle should get in exchange for Wilson.

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