Wilson posted several photos of himself sporting a black cowboy hat, a white Colorado Buffaloes sweatshirt emblazoned with “PRIME,” polarized mirrored sunglasses and a large chain bearing a “3.”
In a Halloween morning press conference, Sanders said he hadn’t seen Wilson’s costume.
“Should I dress as him?” he joked with reporters.
Others from the Broncos team joined Wilson for photos, including wide receivers Tim Patrick and Jerry Jeudy. Players in attendance dressed as the clown from “It,” a Na’vi from James Cameron’s “Avatar,” the Joker from “Batman,” Chucky and Michael Myers, among others.
Wilson has dressed up as other coaches previously. He dressed as Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll in 2017, complete with a wig and Carroll’s mannerisms.
This isn’t the first headline-making costume created by Wilson and his wife, Grammy Award-winning artist Ciara. Wilson and Ciara dressed as Beyoncé and Jay-Z Carter in 2019.
This year, Ciara dressed as Janet Jackson from The Velvet Rope era, after dressing up with her daughter as a Serena and Venus Williams “Got Milk?” advertisement in 2022.