The Seahawks' season ended in gut-wrenching fashion on Sunday, but Russell Wilson isn't taking any time to grieve the loss.
The Monday following the final game of a NFL team's season is known as exit day. Players show up, go through exit interviews with coaches, clean out their lockers, say their goodbyes and head off for some rest and relaxation. Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson took a different approach to exit day, opting to watch film instead of cleaning out his locker.
One of Wilson's favorite sayings during the season was "the separation is in the preparation" and judging by his actions on Monday, Wilson is already trying to separate himself for next season. He developed a reputation during his rookie season for how detailed he was in his preparation. Following games, Wilson would watch film of the next opponent and would place notes in the wide receivers' lockers on Monday morning.
Wilson will take a break at some point, he said he and his wife will do on a belated honeymoon this off-season, but after that it's right back to work.