Russell Wilson insists Seattle Seahawks are united

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson dismisses suggestions that there is a division within the team's locker room.

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has insisted that there is no divide in the locker room, with the franchise coming under pressure in recent weeks.

The Seahawks are 3-3 for the season and they recently traded wide receiver Percy Harvin to the New York Jets with speculation of a rift within the team.

"There's no division in our locker room. None at all," Wilson told reporters on Thursday.

"If anything, I think we've continued to build, continued to grow. I truly believe that. I believe the guys that we have in the locker room believe that we can go 1-0 [each week], that we still can be a championship team. Those are the guys that we have sitting in this room every day."

Wilson added that he had no issue with his former teammate Harvin and he believes that it is the media who have created the story of a rift.

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