Russell Wilson reveals injury sustained during MNF loss with Denver Broncos
It was reported last week that Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson had a procedure done a week ago on his injured shoulder. Wilson revealed after the team’s loss to the LA Chargers that he is dealing with yet another injury.
Apparently, Wilson suffered a hamstring injury during the game, which may have affected his play. The quarterback, however, doesn’t seem to be worried about this latest injury and explains what happened.
Russell Wilson suffered a hamstring injury in the fourth quarter of Denver's 19-16 overtime loss to the Chargers at SoFi Stadium.
Wilson received treatment following the game and will be evaluated further Tuesday morning. https://t.co/3ncPKqDe8X
— ESPN (@espn) October 18, 2022
“I kind of scrambled to move around on one, I had to throw it away, it kind of got me pretty good in the fourth quarter,” Wilson said. “Just tried to play through it … just trying to find a way to win the game.”
Wilson won’t know how serious his injury is until Tuesday when he has an MRI. Injuries seem to be the reason why he has struggled so far this season and can’t seem to get on track.
In the first half, Wilson threw for 188 yards and a touchdown but in the second half, he was only 3-of-11 for 15 yards. Obviously, Wilson may be more injured than people realize and even maybe more than he realizes.