QRussell Wilson
QB SEA (5)
10 hours ago

Wilson (sprained knee) said he could have returned to Sunday's game against the 49ers if the score had been closer, ESPN's Sheil Kapadia reports.

EDGE Analysis

Wilson got his leg pinned underneath 49ers linebacker Eli Harold on a sack in the third quarter, and while the injury initially appeared serious, he surprisingly only missed one snap and then finished out the drive. He was taken out for good at the end of the series, with Seattle holding a 27-3 lead and in no real danger of losing. Despite Wilson's post-game optimism, the injury requires careful monitoring, as he'll likely be very sore Monday morning. Wilson has yet to miss game in his career, and he's already been playing through a sprained ankle that the Seahawks initially expected to require a multi-game absence. He'll undergo further testing Monday, and at the very least, he'll likely miss some practice time during the week.

QRussell Wilson
QB SEA (5)
11 hours ago

Wilson is believed to have suffered a sprained knee, but he'll still need additional testing to confirm the diagnosis, Liz Mathews of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.

EDGE Analysis

Wilson was removed during the third quarter of Sunday's blowout win over the 49ers, giving way to undrafted rookie Trevone Boykin. While the outcome wasn't in question at the time, Wilson did appear to be in real pain, suggesting his removal wasn't just precautionary. He's also been dealing with an ankle issue since Week 1, but Sunday's knee injury seems to be a far greater concern.

QRussell Wilson
QB SEA (5)
12 hours ago

Wilson injured his left leg during Sunday's game against the 49ers, NFL.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Wilson left the game in the third quarter following a horse-collar tackle in which his left knee was bent in an unnatural fashion under 49ers linebacker Eli Harold. Initially, Wilson missed just one play, but after the Seahawks kicked a 33-yard field goal to end the possession, he was removed in favor of backup Trevone Boykin. Trainers were seen fitting a brace on Wilson left knee, an injury that's two weeks removed from sustaining a high right ankle sprain in the regular season opener. The Seahawks have yet to clarify if he'll attempt a return to the contest, according to Stephen Cohen of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

QRussell Wilson
QB SEA (5)
1 week ago

Wilson (ankle) completed 22-of-35 passes for 254 yards and added five rushes for 14 yards in Sunday's loss to the Rams.

EDGE Analysis

Neither team in Sunday's contest seemed to be able to crack the other's defense, and while Wilson didn't play the worst game, it is not the performance we are used to seeing from the star quarterback. Part of that could be due to a high-ankle sprain that Wilson suffered in Week 1, but the Seahawks have also struggled against the Rams in the past, and credit is owed to Los Angeles' defense. He should have an easier go in Week 3 when the Seahawks host a 49ers' team whose defense got demolished by the Panthers on Sunday to the tune of 353 passing yards and four passing touchdowns.

QRussell Wilson
QB SEA (5)
1 week ago

Wilson (ankle) is listed as active Sunday at Los Angeles, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

EDGE Analysis

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the Seahawks expected a multi-game absence for Wilson due to the sprained ankle suffered in Week 1. In the immediate aftermath of the injury, Wilson wore a boot and iced his right ankle, only to ditch the boot Monday. Jogging was on his docket Tuesday, full practices reigned thereafter, and rehabilitation otherwise dominated his schedule. Adam Schefter of ESPN relayed on Sunday morning that Wilson is actually tending to a high ankle sprain, and although the quarterback is "doing great," his noted elusiveness may not be evident during his ongoing recovery.

QRussell Wilson
QB SEA (5)
1 week ago

Wilson (ankle) does not have a designation on the final injury report ahead of Sunday's game against the Rams, Liz Mathews of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.

EDGE Analysis

A full practice participant throughout the week, Wilson is slated to play in Sunday's game against Los Angeles. While his availability doesn't seem to be in any doubt, the 27-year-old quarterback may not have his usual level of mobility, as he reportedly did a lot of rehab work during the week. In the event of a major in-game setback, undrafted rookie Trevone Boykin will take the reins.

QRussell Wilson
QB SEA (5)
2 weeks ago

Wilson (ankle) expects to "be ready to roll" Sunday at Los Angeles, Sheil Kapadia of ESPN.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Immediately after sustaining an ankle sprain in Week 1, Wilson's right foot was contained within a walking boot, but he ditched it Monday. In the meantime, he's undertaken a rigorous rehab effort, which according to Wilson has resulted in just six total hours of sleep this week. If the rest of Week 2 prep is dominated by full practices, he should be able to accomplish what both he and the Seahawks' coaching staff expect of him: active status this weekend.

QRussell Wilson
QB SEA (5)
2 weeks ago

Wilson (ankle) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. "Right now, we're expecting him to be full go," offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell told Sheil Kapadia of ESPN.com. "And I don't think he has any different thoughts than that. He's amazing in his preparation. He's probably not even sleeping with all the rehab that he's doing. And I expect him to be ready to go."

EDGE Analysis

After participating in all drills in the open portion of practice -- according to Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR -- it was certainly plausible that Wilson would log a full showing. With the Wilson mystery all but solved after the first practice of Week 2, one question remains: will his noted mobility allow him to sidestep Rams defenders this Sunday? Perhaps the Seahawks will rely more on newly-installed starting running back Thomas Rawls, but Wilson is on pace to be under center, as he has been in every game of his four-plus seasons as a professional.

QRussell Wilson
QB SEA (5)
2 weeks ago

Wilson (ankle) completed the Seahawks' walkthough and is slated to practice Wednesday, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports.

EDGE Analysis

As if there were any doubt, Wilson will tough out the sprained ankle sustained in Week 1, but it wouldn't surprise if his activity level was somewhat limited in order to avoid any type of setback. The impending release of Wednesday's injury report will impart the current state of Wilson's health.

QRussell Wilson
QB SEA (5)
2 weeks ago

The Seahawks are confident Wilson (ankle) can play through his injury, Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports.

EDGE Analysis

While his mobility will likely be quite limited, Wilson is expected to participate in Wednesday's practice in some capacity, setting him up to play Sunday against Los Angeles. The Seahawks have thus far opted not to sign a veteran quarterback, merely adding Jake Heaps to the practice squad as of Tuesday afternoon. Wilson avoided structural damage and hasn't been wearing a boot on his injured ankle.