Russell Wilson, a quarterback of the Seattle Seahawks (football team in a national league of football teams), appeared to be full-go at the start of practice on Wednesday. Reports overflowed Twitter (a media outlet of the social variety) of the brilliant news.
There was Bobby C:
Media allowed to see first half hour. Wilson threw passes, jogged, did bag drill etc. pic.twitter.com/FgIytzR8ys— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) September 14, 2016
Russell Wilson took part in all of the practice open to media. pic.twitter.com/xzu7JJy9wQ— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) September 14, 2016
Gregg “Hell’s” Bell:
#Seahawks practice video: Russell Wilson moving on his sprained ankle, full go at start of practice. @thenewstribune pic.twitter.com/s4HfbD8GI2— Gregg Bell (@gbellseattle) September 14, 2016
Russell Wilson again with heavy black tape over both ankles, full go to start #Seahawks practice @thenewstribune pic.twitter.com/P3TNCrduim— Gregg Bell (@gbellseattle) September 14, 2016
And “S. Cohen, y’all must try flowin’”
#Seahawks QB Russell Wilson (sprained right ankle) practicing today. Both ankles heavily taped, no noticeable limp. pic.twitter.com/TvaJGPMwMQ— Stephen Cohen (@scohenPI) September 14, 2016
If you were looking for pictures of Wilson (Russell, QB (quarterback)) with his ankle taped up but moving like a ballerina, then you were in luck on Wednesday (humpday.) The Seahawks added fellow “QB” Jake Heaps to the practice squad this week to spell Wilson or Trevone Boykin (also a QB) if necessary, but it seems like that wasn’t the case to what the media saw on Wednesday.
Seattle plays the Los Angeles Rams (also an “NFL” team) on Sunday afternoon (middle of the night though if you live across the world) and it appears that if you were wondering the status of Wilson for the game, you should stop for now.
He’ll play, even if he’s all wrapped up, and there will be photographic evidence of it.