Russell Wilson says he wants to end his career with Denver Broncos after signing on five-year extension

After signing the extension, which is reportedly worth $245 millionThe 33-year-old quarterback is signed with the Broncos until 2028.

“It’s not really about me, it’s about being surrounded by people who want to work every day and make a dedication,” Wilson told reporters.

“I want to stay here longer, I believe it’s a marriage and I want to stay here longer. My goal is to be able to finish my career here.”

After being a third-round pick for the Seahawks in 2012, Wilson guided the franchise in eight postseasons during his decade in the Pacific Northwest.

His success included two Super Bowl appearances and a championship win in 2014.

Wilson addresses the press after signing with the Broncos in March.

In March, Wilson was traded from the Seahawks to the Broncos on an exchange that sent shockwaves through the game.

The deal included two first-round draft picks, two second-rounders, a fifth-rounder, quarterback Drew Locke, defensive tackle Shelby Harris and tight end Noah Fant.

The nine-time pro-bowler, however, has been one of the consistently best quarterbacks in the league and ranks 15th on the all-time list of touchdown passes with 292.

He has also started in three of all 177 possible games since the start of his NFL career.

“In just a few months with the Broncos, Russell has already made a dramatic impact on this organization, both on and off the field,” Broncos general manager George Patton said in a statement.

“His leadership, work-ethic and championship mindset have helped us grow our team in partnership with Coach Hackett, his teammates and staff.”

Wilson and the Broncos will begin the new season on September 13 against their former team in Seattle.

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