Russell Wilson, the former Wisconsin Badger and Seattle Seahawk, will now be in Denver for at least five seasons.

According to Adam Schefter, the Denver Broncos and Wilson have agreed to a five-year contract extension.

This contract will be on top of the already present two-year deal, adding up a total of seven seasons, per Michael David Smith of NBC Sports.

The deal itself is worth a whopping $245 million, which includes $165 million guaranteed. This puts Wilson’s total pay for the next seven seasons in Denver at $296 million.

The overall commitment on both sides for Wilson and the Broncos is a strong indicator of confidence in one of the biggest trades in recent NFL history.  Wilson was traded back in March 2022 from the Seahawks, with the Broncos sending a significant bundle of players and draft picks to Seattle, per Adam Schefter.

All in all, the Seahawks received three players including Drew Lock, Noah Fant and Shelby Harris, two first-round picks, and two second-round picks for Wilson.

A hefty bargain for the veteran QB. Wilson will return to Seattle as a Bronco to begin regular season play on Sept. 12 against the Seahawks.