As Russell Wilson trade rumors spiral into a twister, fans of many teams outside Seattle clamor for the star QB to join their clubs. Players from rivals have their view on the buzz, wishing they might not have to face one of the NFL's top signal-callers twice a year.

Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman ?Michael Brockers? joined NFL Network's Good Morning Football on Monday and said he hopes the Seahawks trade Wilson out of the NFC West.

"You cross your fingers a little bit," he said. "You hope whatever you hear is true, and he's out of here, so you don't have to chase him around twice a year. For the most part, he's a phenomenal player, but if he chooses to leave and leave the division and make it a bit little easier for us, man, to each his own."

When your enemies are clamoring for you to make a move, it's usually not the best course of action to comply.