Star QB Russell Wilson Trade to Denver Broncos

The Seattle Seahawks agreed to trade their star quarterback, Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos along with a fourth round pick in exchange for quarterback Drew Lock, tight end Noah Fant, defensive end Shelby Harris, two first and second round picks, and a fifth round pick.

Russell Wilson had to approve his landing spot in any trade due to his no-trade clause in his contract, with that being done and Wilson’s physical being passed all that’s left for this trade is the other players’ physicals and then the trade can be official.

The 2022 season will be Russell Wilson’s first season with a new team since he was drafted in 2012.

The Bronco’s Jerry Jeudy, K.J Hamler, and Courtland Sutton will deeply benefit from the consistency Russell Willson brings to the Broncos offense. Although the Broncos had high talent QB’s in Teddy Bridgewater and Drew Lock the Broncos WR’s performances have been underwhelming

The Seattle Seahawks losing Russell Willson is going to hurt the offense a lot. Although they have Drew Lock and Teddy Brdigewater now they most likely aren’t looking to Lock or Bridgewater as the starter for week 1.

Now that Wilson is out of the picture for the Seahawks, the search for a new quarterback is starting. Seattle has the 9th pick in the upcoming draft but the class has a weak variety of good quarterbacks. Marcus Mariotta, the “most underrated free-agent” named by ESPN is also an option for Seattle with Denver and Green Bay out of the picture, Marcus also fits the mold of the type of quarterback Pete Carrol likes.

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