Russell Wilson Says He Wants To Win Two Super Bowls In The Next Five Years (VIDEO)

A lot of people might believe that Russell Wilson’s best days are behind him and the 35-year-old is “washed” but that’s not what he thinks.

The Broncos are widely expected to release Wilson this offseason, opening the door for him to find a new home in 2024. In an interview with Brandon Marshall, Wilson is still hungry to play and has some high expectations of himself.

“I’ve got more fire now than ever, honestly,” Wilson said. Especially over the past two years of what I’ve gone through.”

“For me, it’s about winning. Over the next five years, I want to win two [championships],” Wilson declared. “I want to feel the chill of that trophy again.”


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Wilson spent the first 10 years of his career with the Seattle Seahawks before being traded to Denver two years ago. The trade has been a disaster for Wilson and the Broncos as his individual stats were career lows and the team hasn’t had the success they expected when they acquired him.

In the final two games of the 2023-24 seasons, Wilson was benched due to the fact that his $37 million contract for 2025 would have become guaranteed had he gotten hurt and not be able to pass physical.

Despite that move, Wilson insisted he hopes to remain in Denver. Yet he sounds open to a change of scenery.

“I love the city and everything else, but you also want to be in a place that wants you, too. “The thing I want to do is win. That’s all I care about.”

ESPN insider Jeremy Fowler said on Sunday’s SportsCenter that the Broncos will likely “rip the Band-Aid off” and cut Wilson within the next few weeks despite owing him $39 million in guaranteed money. That could position the quarterback to take a diminished contract elsewhere.