Wilson hints this may be his last season with Seahawks

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Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has acknowledged his uncertain future, admitting Sunday's game could be his last at home with the franchise.

Wilson's 5-10 Seahawks will play at home for the last time this season against the Detroit Lions before rounding out their campaign on the road against the Arizona Cardinals.

The 33-year-old QB has been with the Seahawks since 2012 but admitted out of the blue his time with the franchise may be up.

"I know for me personally, I hope it's not my last game, but at the same time, I know it won't be my last game in the NFL," Wilson told reporters.

"I'm just focused on today and getting better today. So that's my focus and that's my goal. I love this city and I love this moment. I love these guys. We've got to make sure we get better today. That's the only thing that matters."

Wilson, who won the Super Bowl with the Seahawks in 2013, laid bare his frustrations with the organization in February, leading to questions about his future in Seattle.

The eight-time Pro Bowler has completed 224 of 345 passes this season for a 64.9 percent completion rate with 18 touchdowns and five interceptions.

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