Russell Wilson Calls KC Chiefs, LV Raiders ‘Trash’ in Hilarious Schedule Video Bloopers Also Featuring Peyton Manning

Published 05/22/2022, 5:31 PM EDT

The Denver Broncos organization might have the best social media team in the entire league with their work on the Russell Wilson, and Peyton Manning 2022 schedule released video. But it appears they were holding back some more footage from the shoot. They recently put out the behind-the-scenes blooper reel. While it is a short video, it gave fans an insight into how the entire concept became a reality.

Within the 2 minutes long clip, the Broncos fans get a glimpse of their new QB Wilson cracking up during shooting. Surprisingly, the blooper reel provided the fans to discover that NFL Insider Adam Schefter was part of the video. The ESPN regular was playing the role of a delivery boy at the Broncos headquarters in disguise.

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Apart from that, former Broncos legend John Elway is also seen practicing on his Lyft-like scooter in between takes. In the mind of some fans, this portion of the clip brought back memories. It was about an Instagram moment from some years back of Elway riding a scooter in Miami.

The video’s blooper reel also reveals the funny side of Wilson. It was the competitive side of Wilson as he pokes fun at his divisional rival franchises, KC Chiefs and LA Raiders.

Russell Wilson brings back the excitement in the Mile High City

While the blooper reel was all fun and games, everyone in the video knows how important the 2022 season will be for them. The addition of the former Seahawks QB will be an exciting time for the Broncos fans. But with excitement, expectations are going to be sky high from the former Super Bowl champion to deliver results soon.

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Last season, Wilson and the Broncos had their struggles separately for different reasons. While Wilson was injured during the season and missed games, the Broncos finished at the bottom of the AFC West. They finished with a 7-10 record in a hotly contested division.

The recruitment of Wilson, a proven winner on the team will uplift the franchise and their fanbase from their long slumber.

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With the new season inching ever closer, Wilson will look to build on the electrifying energy of the Denver fans. The Broncos fans will hope that Wilson still possesses the ability to win football games as he did years prior in Seattle.

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Anuj Tazhatuveetil

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An NFL author at EssentiallySports, Anuj Tazhatuveetil is pursuing a Master's degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. Initially, he worked as a freelance content writer and later as a part of Sports404. An unquenchable thirst to learn about all things NFL and NBA, adding to a rather healthy obsession with playing outdoor sports like basketball, and soccer with an almost encyclopedic knowledge of this industry make him a sports aficionado.

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