After weeks of negotiations, one of the biggest deals in NFL history, the Denver Broncos agreed to send players a significant package and draft pick in exchange for Super Bowl-winning quarterback Russell Wilson, sources told ESPN on Tuesday.

The trade has given Denver a quarterback since Peyton Manning retired and it gives Seattle a foundation on which to rebuild without a quarterback who led the Seahawks to their only Super Bowl title.

Wilson's comments have found some place in the agency, sources told ESPN. But those tensions seem to have subsided in the drama-free 2021 season.

Wilson has left Seattle as the franchise's career leader in the most relevant passing division and is the only quarterback to win the Lombardy Trophy for the Seahawks.

Seahawks quietly listened to offers for Wilson and received calls from multiple parties. A source in the league estimates that there are more than a dozen teams in total. Wilson felt he had to move on, and if he did, he wanted to go to a winning program.

Wilson will join a Broncos team led by new head coach Nathaniel Hackett. The team's offense includes running behind wide receivers Jerry Jude, Courtland Sutton, Tim Patrick and KJ Hamler, Tight and Albert Oquwegbunam and Javante Williams.