3. Miami Dolphins
Speaking of teams that need a long-term quarterback, no team in the league is in a worse situation than the Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins are stuck in the middle of the first round, likely leaving them out of the range for top signal-callers like Kyler Murray or Dwayne Haskins.
Miami is all but openly tanking next season, signing Ryan Fitzpatrick as a stop-gap starter and adding little premier talent to the roster this offseason. Instead of forcing their fans to sit through a miserable season with the hopes of landing Tua Tagovailoa or Justin Herbert next April, the Dolphins could speed up their rebuild by trading for Wilson.
If the Seahawks were forced to get rid of Wilson, this would be about as an ideal a setup as they could hope for. Wilson would be in the AFC East and play about as far away from Seattle as geographically possible, much like how the Patriots sent Jimmy Garoppolo to San Francisco a few years ago to get him out of their hair.