Audio: ESPN Seahawks reporter Sheil Kapadia shares what he learned reporting on Russell Wilson's new diet
ESPN.com Seahawks reporter Sheil Kapadia uncovered Russell Wilson's new diet with a story published Thursday, and on Friday he joined "Brock and Salk" to share more about what he learned through his reporting for the piece.
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson trying 4,800-calorie diet - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
Hampered by injuries last season, Russell Wilson is trying to lose weight and stay stronger by eating nine meals and 4,800 calories every day.
Seahawks' Russell Wilson adopting 9-meal, 4,800-calorie diet - seattlepi.com
In the latest installment of Seahawks offseason-weight-watch, we have learned Russell Wilson's regimen for trimming excess weight before the start of the regular season. In a story published Thursday by ESPN's Sheil Kapadia, the Seattle QB and his "food coach" Philip Goglia detail Wilson's new diet that insists he eat nine times per day and cut dairy and gluten. [...] lunch: Fruit and a tablespoon of molasses or shredded wheat, applesauce, almond butter and jam Eddie Lacy's weight incentives in his one-year deal have been well documented; the running back has already earned $110,000 in bonuses from meeting two off-season weight goals. Second-year left tackle George Fant is on the other end of the spectrum, adding weight to his frame, bulking from 296 as an undrafted rookie last year to 321 this season. When discussing his running back group at the conclusion of minicamp earlier this month, coach Pete Carroll sung the praises of second-year tailback Alex Collins, who he said is in "phenomenal" shape and is leaner, faster and quicker after making conditioning and dieting a priority.
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ESPN.com Seahawks reporter Sheil Kapadia joins "Brock and Salk" to talk about his article on Russell Wilson's crazy new diet.
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