The Pro Bowl quarterback was already blending in through other sports even before the Broncos started their offseason workout.
He threw the opening pitch for the Colorado Rockies and attended a Denver Nuggets game with his family.
Wilson also cheered for the University of Denver Pioneers after winning the NCAA men’s hockey national championship.
But football is where Wilson will try to become an illustrious part of the city’s sports lore.
To ramp up the excitement of the team’s fans, here he is making throws while wearing a Broncos uniform.
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— Russell Wilson (@DangeRussWilson) April 26, 2022
Last season, Sutton and Patrick had over 700 receiving yards each, while Jeudy had 467.
However, the Broncos expect that Wilson will help elevate their production.
The team has claimed that their receiving corps could do wonders if they had a better quarterback.
This time, having the long-time Seattle Seahawks starter should help them stay ahead in the competitive AFC.
Nathaniel Hackett’s System Will Help The Broncos
Aside from bringing in Wilson, the Broncos will also benefit from having head coach Nathaniel Hackett.
He was responsible for the Green Bay Packers’ high-powered offense when he was their offensive coordinator.
This time, Wilson will be his starter under center, with three talented targets to choose from.
The Broncos also have Javonte Williams from the backfield to keep opponents on their toes.
If all goes well, Denver should be a shoo-in for the AFC postseason, a place they haven’t been to since 2015.