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Is There a Market for Russell Wilson?

Denver’s Super Bowl odds soared when it traded three players and five draft picks to Seattle and signed Wilson to a five-year, $245 million contract extension. But after two mostly woeful, and at times cringy, seasons, the Broncos have released the nine-time Pro Bowler. Wilson says he’s excited for what’s next, but do teams share that sentiment? Read about Wilson's decline and short-lived rise in Denver. Plus where he could land in 2024 and why it will cost his new team next to nothing.

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Is There a Market for Russell Wilson?
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    Denver Owes Wilson $39M for 2024

    The Broncos will also take an $85M salary cap hit over the next two seasons.

    Denver Broncos inform QB Russell Wilson they'll release him when new league year begins

    Denver Broncos inform QB Russell Wilson they'll release him when new league year begins

    Broncos were 11-19 in Wilson starts under center

    One Potential landing spot may be Off The Table

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