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New Steelers QB Russell Wilson: 'I feel revived in every way' - ESPN

PITTSBURGH — Though he's 35 years old and entering his 13th season in the NFL, Russell Wilson says he's hardly feeling his age.

The new Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback, who signed with the team on a one-year deal in March after two shaky seasons in Denver, said Tuesday he felt rejuvenated following the team's first mandatory minicamp practice.

«Man, I feel the fountain of youth,» Wilson said, describing what fuels his drive. «I feel revived in every way, mentally, emotionally, spiritually. I feel confident. I think at some point you have to know who you are as a player, as a man, as a competitor. As somebody who's been fortunate to be able to play this game, I don't doubt it. I trust it. I felt really good last year playing. I felt really confident in the midst of everything. And so I think right now I have all that confidence times 10.»

Wilson had a tumultuous tenure with the Broncos, ultimately playing two years of a five-year, $245 million contract before his release. He was benched late last season for Jarrett Stidham and then released despite being owed $85 million by the Broncos.

Though he finished 2023 on the bench, Wilson rebounded from a 16-touchdown, 11-interception season hampered by a shoulder injury in 2022 to record 26 touchdowns and eight picks in 2023.

«This past year I felt like myself again,» Wilson said in March. «And so I can't wait to just put on the cleats and go after it.»

Since arriving in Pittsburgh, Wilson has done just that in taking the reins of offensive coordinator Arthur Smith's scheme and a Steelers quarterback room that also includes Justin Fields, the 2021 first-round pick whom the Steelers acquired in a trade with the Chicago Bears.

Speaking to the media for the first time at length