Russell Wilson was everywhere Tuesday

So, it turns out being a Super Bowl champion quarterback means a lot of media attention. Go figure.

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson was in New York Tuesday doing the rounds on several TV/radio shows, and if you missed any of it, here’s a good sampling of his busy day.

If you’ve got the time, this 30-minute sitdown with PBS’s Charlie Rose is definitely worth your time.

Here’s Wilson with the Wall Street Journal, talking about his desire to someday own a baseball and/or football team, Johnny Manziel, his contract and more.

For a more lighthearted interview, check out Wilson on Late Night with Seth Meyers.

And here he is on “Fox &Friends” Tuesday morning. Among other topics, gave his thoughts on how he thinks the Seahawks would react to having a gay teammate.

Wilson was also a guest on the Dan Patrick show. Below is a clip of him talking about how he and his teammates spent the long halftime of the Super Bowl.

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