Russell Wilson got an update from Broncos HC Nathaniel Hackett. It looks like he’ll be starting on Sunday.

On Friday morning, ESPN’s Adam Schefter shared the news. Wilson has 1,442 yards passing with 5 touchdowns and 3 interceptions so far this season.

Wilson has been battling the last few weeks with a hamstring injury, but after a week off from playing he will be back after insisting he’s ready to play.

Wilson first injured his hamstring during the Los Angeles Chargers game in Week 6, which kept him out of the rotation in last week’s New York Jets game.

Let’s not forget, just a few days ago Wilson, while traveling with the team, mentioned he worked out on the 8 hour flight to London, while his teammates were asleep.

There’s no question that Wilson is determined to get back to the action and start making plays. He will have the opportunity to prove himself once again for the Broncos and we will see if he is “ready to rock.”

The Broncos and Jaguars will compete in London at the famous Wembley Stadium as part of the NFL International Series. The game will be televised on ESPN+ and NFL+ at 9:30 a.m. ET Sunday.