Seattle's success against the Denver Broncos is well-known. Seattle traded Russell Wilson for two first- and two second-round picks and three players.
Wilson failed in Denver, and the Broncos finished 5-12. Reports said they wished they had an "exit strategy.
Geno Smith made the first team and the Seahawks finished 9-8 with a playoff spot.
Wright weighs what Seattle received, how Wilson and Denver performed last year, and how new Broncos coach Sean Payton is hampered by it all.
Wright tells NFL Network that this Russell Wilson issue could be the biggest trade theft in NFL history.
Two first-round picks, two second-round picks, and a bunch of talented football players." Noah Fant, Shelby Harris, Drew Lock.
Wright said the "biggest trade heist in history" is making Seattle's GM John Schneider and coach Pete Carroll "look like geniuses" for orchestrating the trade.