The latest in the Russell Wilson trade from Seahawks-Broncos

Although the Bronco has needed a quarterback for six years, GM George Patton Seahawks GM . said John Schneider seem Russell Wilson business talks. A text from Schneider to Paton sent the ball into circulation at the Senior Bowl, Ryan O’Loran notes from The Denver Post.

Schneider expected the Broncos to be interested, and talks heated up at Compiegne. While Denver was also connected Aaron Rodgers For about a year, Button said Wilson has been the team’s number one priority all season. Broncos Planned to Do “Anything It Takes” to Acquire Wilson,’s Jeff Legwold Tweets. The The deal sent the Seahawks five draft picks And three players, including a quarterback Drew Lockwhich as of now plays a prominent role in Seattle’s plans for post-Wilson QB.

The Seahawks’ official statements, while complementing the Pro Bowler nine times overall, included interesting language. All three indicated that the quarterback wanted to exit spur trade. Judy AllenA statement said Wilson “made it clear” he wanted the change, with a short message to the owner also saying she hoped the next Seahawks would be “fully engaged.” (Previous report prepared by the athlete It included a select group of unidentified players who accused Wilson of checking last season, which appears to run counter to QB’s quest for an earlier-than-expected return from thumb surgery.) Carol’s houseHe endorsed Allen’s statement, as expected, and said Wilson “wanted something different.”

Wilson called for a mutual separation, and Schneider said Wednesday that he does not expect the future Hall of Fame pass to sign another Seahawks extension, via’s Brady Henderson (at Twitter). Wilson’s extension for 2019 expires after the 2023 season, although the Broncos are expected to re-sign either this off-season or in 2023.

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O’Halloran adds that a conversation with Button and Wilson’s belief in the Broncos’ roster prompted him to waive the no-trade clause and target Denver as a destination, and Button said the new Broncos quarterback was already on his way to Denver when news emerged of a Rodgers extension back last week. John ElwayWhich is Now a Bronco Consultant After 10 years as the team’s general manager and one in a different executive role, he was one of the few people Patton got in the loop about Wilson’s potential trade.

Upon landing the 33-year-old Wilson, the Broncos should have had longer with this particular business acquisition than they did Peyton Manning Or it will be with Rodgers. Wilson still plans to play beyond the age of 40.

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