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RUSSELL WILSON RUMORS

Wilson: Comments about miracle water ‘perceived wrong’

Comments made by Russell Wilson in a Rolling Stone interview that implied a concussion he suffered was cured by Reliant Recovery Water — a product he happens to endorse — ignited a media firestorm Wednesday that even the apparent miracle water would be able to extinguish. The Seattle Seahawks quarterback on Thursday attempted to clarify the comments touting the restorative...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
9 hours ago  |  Discuss

Russell Wilson denies that he suffered concussion in NFC title game

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson said Thursday he did not suffer a concussion in the NFC championship game against Green Bay, a day after comments in an article in Rolling Stone indicated Wilson may have suffered a head injury. Wilson says that his comments were misunderstood and he did not have a head injury. Wilson took a big hit in the first half of the championship...
Via AP on Fox
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Wilson says he did not have a concussion in NFC title game

RENTON, Wash. (AP) Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson says he did not suffer a concussion in the NFC championship game against Green Bay, a day after comments in an article in Rolling Stone indicated Wilson may have suffered a head injury. Wilson says on Thursday that his comments were ''I guess perceived wrong,'' and he did not have a head injury. Wilson took a big hit...
Via AP on Fox
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Three Seattle Seahawks whose fantasy football value will take off in 2015

It’s almost September, which means its time to stop messing around and get your fantasy football team in shape for 2015. If you’re one of those homers who needs to have players from your favorite team on your squad, then you could certainly do worse than picking one of these three guys. Here are three Seattle Seahawks who should see their fantasy value jump this season… AROUND...
Via cover32
22 hours ago  |  Discuss

Wilson’s ‘Recovery Water’ plug sends the wrong message

Professional athletes are often an eccentric group. They can be superstitious, paranoid, prone to bouts of mega-ego and shattered confidence and to saying things that those of us outside of their insular world can consider to be remarkably strange. Take, for instance, the curious case of Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. It’s not Wilson’s claim that a higher power...
Via The Sports Daily
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Russell Wilson: ‘Recovery Water’ healed NFC title game head injury

Russell Wilson, one of the most compelling players in the NFL, is the subject of a lengthy profile in an upcoming issue of Rolling Stone. And in the piece among other assorted interesting tidbits about the Seattle Seahawks quarterback is his claim that something called “Recovery Water” aided in his quick recovery from a head injury last season. Entitled “Russell Wilson:...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Look: Seahawks star Russell Wilson makes the cover of Rolling Stone

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has officially graduated from football player to real live celebrity superstar. He’s a newly minted multi-millionaire, he’s dating Ciara, and now he’s gracing the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. Check it out: Seahawks' Russell Wilson on God, Ciara and more in one of three cover stories in our NFL issue http://t.co/CmBnlvjUaT pic...
Via cover32
1 day ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Taylor Swift brings Russell Wilson, Ciara on stage

Taylor Swift had two very special guests at her concert at CenturyLink Field in Seattle on Saturday night. Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and girlfriend Ciara joined Swift on stage for a performance of “Style,” and it’s safe to say the crowd was excited about the surprise appearance. After Wilson was elevated onto the stage through the floor, he joined Swift...
Via NESN.com
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Russell Wilson's contract doesn't prohibit playing baseball

Russell Wilson’s new contract with the Seattle Seahawks doesn’t prohibit him from pursuing his second sports passion—playing baseball. One would assume the Seahawks would have made sure to include language in the deal that would ensure he stayed focused solely on football, but alas, not a word can be found, as Andrew Brandt pointed out on Thursday. Another nugget on Russell...
Via Sportsnaut
21 days ago  |  Discuss
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