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Russell Wilson has started his own passing academy, the Russell Wilson Quarterback Academy (RWQB). His former Seahawks teammate, Jake Heaps, will serve as president. Heaps was on the team's practice squad last year. Heaps made the announcement on his Twitter account.
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