Sunday, January 29, 2023

Wilson approved to return to football for Seattle

Renton, Wash. (NWN) — Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson was cleared Monday to return to football activities barely a month after undergoing surgery on the middle finger of his throwing hand.

Wilson’s surgeon, Dr. Steve Shin, issued a statement through the team saying that he had approved Wilson for “a full return to play without reservation”.

Shin said, “I have never encountered a player who is so committed to his postoperative therapy and with such determination to return to the same, if not better, level of performance as he was pre-operatively.” There was injury,” Shin said. “I am absolutely amazed at his progress.”

Wilson was hurt when Seattle lost to the Los Angeles Rams in Week 5 when he was hit by Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald. Wilson underwent surgery the next day in Los Angeles and was diligent about his rehab while the team was around.

With Geno Smith as the starting quarterback, Seattle went 1–2 in Wilson’s absence.

Wilson was placed on injured reserve to open a roster spot by the Seahawks, but he is eligible to return this week when Seattle travels to Green Bay on Sunday.

wilson posted a video on social media With the title “It’s Time” on Monday.


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