June 15, 2024

Russell Wilson is still with the Denver Broncos, but as the NFL Combine heats up, there’s a chance we’ll see action soon as NFL free agency approaches. The nine-time Pro Bowl quarterback will eventually be placed on waivers, as teams throughout the league recognize, even if the Broncos would like to trade Wilson rather than cut him.

This offseason, Wilson has a lot of options for free agency, but certain teams might be more interested in the 35-year-old quarterback than others. The Pittsburgh Steelers, a club that never really goes out of the race, might be included in that mix.

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Fans of the Steelers who are hoping that Wilson signs with the team shouldn’t have too much hope. Although the general population isn’t any more informed than betting insiders, it’s still an intriguing idea to consider.

Adjustments are required when your team finishes with the fifth-lowest scoring offense in the NFL, like the Steelers did. With Arthur Smith joining the Steelers as offensive coordinator, the offense ought to get better, but do they have a franchise quarterback?

The visual test results are negative. AlthoughThe visual test results are negative. Although Kenny Pickett and Mason Rudolph have shown flashes of talent, does anyone really believe they could compete with Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs? That’s where a player like Wilson could be seen as a revelation in Pittsburgh. Mike Tomlin has always had a competent defense, but the offense hasn’t lived up to expectations ever since Ben Roethlisberger retired. Taking a chance on Wilson’s potential is a low-risk move for the Steelers, particularly if he intends to sabotage the Broncos by signing for the veteran minimum and thus costing Denver $38 million in 2024.and Mason Rudolph have shown flashes of talent, does anyone really believe they could compete with Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs? That’s where a player like Wilson could be seen as a revelation in Pittsburgh. Mike Tomlin has always had a competent defense, but the offense hasn’t lived up to expectations ever since Ben Roethlisberger retired. Taking a chance on Wilson’s potential is a low-risk move for the Steelers, particularly if he intends to sabotage the Broncos by signing for the veteran minimum and thus costing Denver $38 million in 2024.

 

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