The best thing about 2020 for Nick Vannett is it's not 2019.
Vannett signed a two-year deal with the Broncos in free agency.
"I always felt like toward the end of my tenure with the Seahawks, I felt like I was slowly getting kicked to the curb a little bit," Vannett said, via Nicki Jhabvala of TheAthletic.com. "They had another guy, a young guy, they brought in, [Will] Dissly, they were pretty high on and they kind of saw him to be my successor. I don't know, like slowly I feel like they kind of minimized my role, they weren't getting me involved as much. From what I heard, the Steelers were looking for a tight end, and they had been trying to make an offer for quite some time, and I think they finally made an offer that the Seahawks couldn't refuse.
"That's how the trade went down, and then when I got to the Steelers, talk about just a crazy three months there. It seemed like I came into an organization where the wheels were starting to fall off a little bit. Guys were getting hurt. Ben [Roethlisberger] was down. So I feel like I never really got to experience the true benefits, the true atmosphere that the Steelers normally would have because I came in on a crazy situation. I can't say that I have too many great things to say about that organization just from my time being there because it wasn't the most pleasant experience I've ever had. I can't really speak too much on them to be honest."
He has 61 catches for 591 yards and four touchdowns in four seasons since the Seahawks made him a third-round choice.
Nick Vannett sounds ready to forget last season in Seattle and Pittsburgh originally appeared on Pro Football Talk