Russell Wilson’s Injured Hand Goes Viral in New Photos [LOOK].
Russell Wilson can’t wait to get back on the field for the Seattle Seahawks as they try to recover from a sluggish start to the season. Wilson took to social media to share updated photographs of his surgically healed hand, indicating that he is one step closer to returning to the starting lineup for the Seahawks. The Seahawks got some more good news in Week 8 when they won for the first time since Wilson broke his finger.
Wilson wrote on Instagram, “‘The old has gone… The New has come!’ #Renewed.”
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Wilson is photographed with a football, which is a positive sign for the Seahawks. Wilson’s return date has not been set by Seattle, but NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports that he is targeting Week 10 against the Packers.
On October 31, Rapoport said that “Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is progressing well as he deals with the big injury, two injuries, on his finger.” “This is where things are right now; he got his stitches removed last week.” The three pins in his finger are anticipated to be removed [later]this week, according to my sources. That’s a positive sign; he can start strengthening his finger and throwing at that moment. Week 10 versus the Green Bay Packers has always been the aim for Russell Wilson, and based on where he is right now, it is still very much in play.”
According to @NFLGameDay, #Seahawks QB Russell Wilson will have pins removed from his finger early this week, which is a promising indication for his rehabilitation; in the meantime, #Falcons weapon Cordarrelle Patterson had his most lengthy snaps last week, and that trend could continue for the all-around talent. pic.twitter.com/4xFwnmbShy
October 31, 2021 — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet)
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