- Russell Wilson has enjoyed a standout NFL career, but it’s come with highs and lows.
- He started out hot with the Seattle Seahawks and even won a Super Bowl with the franchise.
- Wilson has struggled to find similar success since joining the Denver Broncos in 2022.
Russell Wilson has, at points throughout his career in the National Football League, looked like a sure-fire Hall of Famer.
But at other moments, the star quarterback has struggled to set himself apart among the league’s top talent.
Wilson has seen more peaks and valleys than most superstars through his 12 years in the NFL. He enjoyed a dominant rookie season with the Seattle Seahawks and went on to make back-to-back Super Bowl appearances — and earn a win — in his second and third years in the league.
But his hot streak in Seattle cooled from there, and after several seasons of the Seahawks struggling to return to the mountaintop despite his own strong individual play, Wilson made a blockbuster move to join the Denver Broncos.
His arrival in the Mile High City did not usher in the immediate success many suspected it would for the Broncos. But now, in his second year under center in Denver, Wilson is looking to right the ship with Sean Payton’s squad.
Take a look back at each year of Wilson’s NFL career: