Wilson: Week 1 return to Seattle has to be 'non-emotional'
"I think it's going to be an exciting time. Obviously, Seattle's meant the world to me over the past 10 years," Wilson said Monday, according to DNVR's Zac Stevens. "I think for me, it's not emotional. It's got to be non-emotional. You got to be able to go into it with the understanding that it's just ball."
Wilson's new club, the Denver Broncos, will open their season on the road in a Monday Night Football bout versus the Seahawks.
The 33-year-old spent 10 seasons in Seattle before being dealt to Denver in a stunning trade earlier this offseason. He left many memories with his former side, including one Super Bowl championship, 104 wins, and nine Pro Bowl invites. Wilson previously said that the split was mutual.
"It will always be a special place in my heart forever," Wilson said. "For me, it's about going over there and trying to play the best football for our football team here and trying to go win."
The Broncos added Wilson and head coach Nathaniel Hackett in hopes of getting their franchise back on track. Denver has missed the postseason in six straight seasons.
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