Russell Wilson's Broncos Breakup Was Inevitable

Russell Wilson has entered the open market for the first time in his career, after being released by the Denver Broncos on Monday. 

In a statement, he wrote that "tough times don't last" and that he is "excited for what's next."  

Two years ago, it would have been unthinkable for us to question those claims as they related to Wilson personally.

Wilson's "what's next" feels more uncertain than it does for Jacoby Brissett, Gardner Minshew

or any of the other quarterbacks who aren't among the top tier of available (or supposedly available) players, such as Kirk Cousins and Justin Fields.

How did we go from winning a Super Bowl to having a string of MVP-caliber seasons, to being the major piece of the worst deal in NFL history,

 now to being a free agent who may or may not start on opening day in 2024? Plus, who leaves behind the NFL's highest dead cap hit?

The truth is that everyone was duped to some extent. Have you ever seen the YouTube video of David Copperfield making the Statue of Liberty disappear? 

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