Seahawks offensive lineman Alvin Bailey apparently wants out of Seattle

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SEATTLE — Seahawks offensive lineman Alvin Bailey appears to want out of Seattle.

Bailey, who has drawn criticism after losing a starting position at left guard earlier this year, tweeted Wednesday evening that he was thinking about the 31 other cities he’d rather be in than the Emerald City.

The number 31 appears to be in reference to the other football teams in the NFL, outside of the Seahawks.

Bailey has appeared in every game this season, but, along with the rest of the offensive line, has failed to provide much protection for quarterback Russell Wilson.  The heavy criticism of his and other’s performance appears to weigh heavy on his shoulders.

Of course, Bailey took a lot of heat for his tweet.

The Seahawks have not yet commented on the tweet.


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