is the headliner, but three other players were part of between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks that shook up the NFL on Tuesday.In addition to (two first-round picks, two seconds, and a fifth) in exchange for Wilson and a fourth-round pick, the Seahawks received quarterback , tight end and defensive lineman .Harris was an interesting addition to the trade as a 30-year-old veteran who's under contract for the next two seasons ($7.9 million cap hit in 2022, $9 million in 2023).After a upon news of the trade becoming public, Harris spoke to Broncos beat reporter Mike Klis of 9News Denver and said he's torn about the trade." ," He told Klis. "Denver really gave me a chance. It's tough, really tough but you have to stay positive. Things happen for a reason, so you have to stay positive. I'm excited for what's to come. But it's tough right now"It's a respect thing. They obviously thought enough of me to put me in this trade, so it makes you feel good going to Seattle knowing you're wanted. That part definitely feels good."A seventh-round pick in 2014 by the Raiders, Harris has become a stalwart in Denver the past five seasons. In 2021, he netted six sacks and 49 tackles. The defensive lineman also has a penchant for swatting pa ses at the line, with 25 pa ses defensed in his seven-year career.One offseason need for the Seahawks was adding to the defensive line. Harris helps fill that hole. Of course, that addition came while creating a gaping one at quarterback.