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More from K.J. Wright on Sports Radio KJR: He said he was so stressed before re-signing with Seattle that he had trouble eating and sleeping. He deleted Twitter and Instagram to avoid free-agency news that would have added to his stress. He had "a few offers" but figured it didn't make sense to switch schemes and move "across the country" knowing that would mean uprooting his family and being apart while they made their way to a new city. "I want to put my kids to bed every night," he said. Wright initially wasn't optimistic about returning to the Seahawks knowing that players they let reach free agency usually aren't back. He thought "I'm toast" when he got word that Seattle was re-signing Mychal Kendricks, who also plays weak-side linebacker. Wright said Seattle's coaches will need to be creative to find a way to get him, Bobby Wagner and Kendricks on the field together. It doesn't sound like that will entail Wright moving over to the strong side, where Barkevious Mingo plays. Wright will be 31 when his two-year contract expires, by which point he'll have played 10 NFL seasons. "I always said, when I get to 10, I'm going to evaluate life," he said. "I'm going to see where I'm at, see if I still love football, see if my body is feeling alright and I'll go from there, so it's up in the air. I'm not sure."