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Sean Payton Has Already Started Working With Russell Wilson

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The Denver Broncos cannot afford another losing season.

They play in one of football’s most competitive divisions and have the reigning champions right in their backyard.

So, they need to get to an early start if they intend to keep up with the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC West, and that’s exactly what they’re doing.

According to ESPN’s Dianna Russini, new coach Sean Payton is already working out with Russell Wilson, getting together, so the QB knows what the coach expects from him.

#Broncos HC Sean Payton has already shown Russell Wilson clips of what Drew Brees has done really well in his system and Payton thinks they have a lot of common traits.

“Payton already got them going.” per @diannaESPN

Dianna also adds that the Broncos focus is improving the OL

— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) March 1, 2023

Payton reportedly believes Wilson has similar traits to Drew Brees, so he’d like Wilson to get an in-depth look at what they did together during their days with the New Orleans Saints.

Notably, a recent report stated that Wilson wanted to get HC Pete Carroll fired when he was with the Seattle Seahawks and that he wanted Payton to replace him.

Now, he’s finally getting to work with the guy he wanted to be his boss, so he better be ready to make the most of every single chance and second they spend together.

Wilson is coming off the worst season of his career and was mostly responsible for the team’s offensive shortcomings.

Nathaniel Hackett was way over his head and not prepared to be a Head Coach, but a lot of the weight is also on Wilson’s shoulders.

But he’s still one of the prime quarterbacks in the league, and we know better than to count a guy like him out after just one bad season.

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