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Russell Wilson Next Team Odds: Broncos, Giants lead pack

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Dec 5, 2021; Seattle, Washington, USA; Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (3) participates in early pregame warmups against the San Francisco 49ers at Lumen Field. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports
Dec 5, 2021; Seattle, Washington, USA; Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (3) participates in early pregame warmups against the San Francisco 49ers at Lumen Field. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

With the Seahawks tied for the second-worst record in the NFC at 4-8, quarterback Russell Wilson’s future in Seattle continues to be a topic of debate.

Wilson, 33, is under contract with the team through 2023. However, there were rumors last offseason that he was frustrated with the direction of the team and open to a trade — but only to a handful of select teams.

Should the sides part ways this offseason, SportsBetting.ag is offering odds on 15 potential destinations.

Leading the ways is the Denver Broncos (+300), who are 6-6 and still in playoff contention with Teddy Bridgewater at the helm. The next-shortest odds belong to the 4-8 New York Giants (+500), who have yet to see the desired growth in Year 3 from former No. 6 overall pick Daniel Jones.

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Russell Wilson Next Team Odds
Broncos: +300
Giants: +500
Washington: +700
Saints: +700
Steelers: +700
Dolphins: +800
Eagles: +800
Panthers: +900
Falcons: +1200
Packers: +1200
Raiders: +1400
Bears: +1600
Jets: +1600
Texans: +1600
Lions: +2000

The Seahawks brought in new offensive coordinator Shane Waldron this season, but the former Los Angeles Rams assistant hasn’t provided the desired spark. Seattle is ranked 31st in the NFL with an average of 298.3 yards per game.

Wilson missed three games due to a ruptured tendon in the middle finger of his throwing hand. He has thrown for 2,042 yards with 14 touchdowns against only four interceptions this season.

After struggling with his accuracy in his first two games back, Wilson completed 81.1 percent of his passes while throwing two touchdowns and one pick in last week’s 30-23 victory over San Francisco.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are being offered at +700 by SportsBetting.ag as a potential destination for Wilson next season. The Steelers are on the fringe of playoff contention at 6-6-1, with the team expected to move on from Ben Roethlisberger after the season.

The sportsbook also is offering odds on who will open next season as Pittsburgh’s quarterback.

Steelers Starting QB Week 1 of 2022:
FA Signing: +125
QB Added via Trade: +125
Draft Pick: +240
Mason Rudolph: +750
Ben Roethlisberger: +1000
Dwayne Haskins: +1400

–Field Level Media