The Pittsburgh Steelers signed unemployed quarterback Russell Wilson to a one-year, $1.2 million contract, according to reports.

The aging quarterback hammered out a deal late Sunday after speaking with the Raiders, Giants and the Falcons.

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Wilson, 35, and the NFL announced the deal on Twitter/X on Sunday.

“Year 13. Grateful. @Steelers,” Wilson tweeted.

The NFL’s official Twitter account posted “.@DangeRussWilson is a Steeler!!”

The Denver Broncos will pay Wilson’s $38 million salary for 2024 while he plays for the Steelers for $1.2 million.

The Broncos cut Wilson before the March 17 deadline, which would have guaranteed his $37.5 million salary for 2025.

Wilson and his wife, Ciara, listed 2 mansions on the market for a combined $51 million.

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Their mansion in Washington state has sat on the market for 2 years. They continue to pay mortgages, property taxes, utilities and maintenance fees on both properties.