The Denver Broncos have officially found their new quarterback. Russell Wilson is going to Denver in a trade between the Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks.

NFL insider Adam Schefter tweeted the news Tuesday afternoon.

The news of the pending trade came just shortly after the Green Bay Packers penned a historic deal with star quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Denver was Rodgers' likely new place of employment if he and the Packers couldn't come up with a deal this offseason.

Per Schefter, only two things are standing in the way of Wilson's union with his new team. The 33-year-old must pass a physical and give his approval for the trade to be finalized.

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This news may have come as a surprise for many NFL fans, but the Seahawks and Broncos have been negotiating this trade for weeks. The Seahawks will receive defensive lineman Shelby Harris, quarterback Drew Lock, another player, and multiple picks in exchange for Wilson and a fourth round pick, according to NFL reporter Dov Kleiman.

There are a lot of layers to the trade, but Wilson is certainly the headliner. The 9-time Pro Bowler led the Seahawks to a Super Bowl championship in 2013, which, ironically enough, was against his new team in the Broncos. Wilson joined the Seahawks in 2012 and has worn the Seattle jersey for a decade. With this in mind, seeing him in Broncos orange is going to take some getting used to.

It's unclear who will be the Seahawks' new starting quarterback, but Lock certainly gives them another viable option for the upcoming season.