Can the Broncos get out of the Russell Wilson contract? 

November 29, 2022

By Ramya

How Long Will Russell Wilson be with the Broncos? 

Wilson agreed to terms on a five-year extension with the Denver Broncos through the 2028 season, the team announced Thursday. Wilson's new deal is worth $245 million and includes $165 million guaranteed, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per sources.

Who did the Broncos get rid of for Russell Wilson? 

Thirteen months later, Seattle traded Wilson to the Denver Broncos along with a 2022 fourth-round pick in exchange for Drew Lock, Shelby Harris, Noah Fant, Denver's first- and second-rounders in each of the next two drafts as well as a 2022 fifth-rounder.

Does Russell Wilson want to play for Denver? 

Russell Wilson says he wants to finish his career with the Denver Broncos after signing five-year extension | CNN.

When can Broncos cut Wilson? 

There is a $124 million guaranteed cash flow for Wilson over the first three years of the deal, according to Over The Cap, so in practical terms, there is likely no getting out of the deal until after the 2024 season at the earliest.

Why does Wilson want to leave Seattle? 

The Seahawks traded Wilson to the Denver Broncos in the off-season after he grew disillusioned with his former team's lack of protection for him, and its unwillingness to give him a voice in personnel decisions. Ultimately, the gap between Wilson and the club grew too wide to close.

Why did they trade Russell Wilson to Denver? 


Russell Wilson says trade to Broncos was 'mutual,' came to Denver to win 'three to four more Super Bowls' Russell Wilson is introduced alongside Broncos head coach Nathaniel Hackett and general manager George Paton.

Why did Russell Wilson want to go to Denver Broncos? 


Russell Wilson on joining Broncos: 'I want to go to a city that knows how to win' Seven years after the Broncos last won a Super Bowl, new quarterback Russell Wilson believes this year's squad is poised to take home a title again. And that's the main reason he came to Denver.