Russell Wilson is discharged to return to training with Seahawks after hand surgery

Russell Wilson is discharged to return to training with Seahawks after hand surgery

Everything indicates that the Seattle quarterback will be able to reappear next Sunday, against Green Bay, once the Seahawks reactivate him from the injured reserve list

The quarterback of the Seattle Seahawks, Russell Wilson, has received medical discharge to play.

Wilson received discharge from Dr. Steve Shin, who performed surgery on the quarterback’s right middle finger.

“I am absolutely amazed by his progress, so much so that now I can confidently grant him medical discharge so that he can return to play without reservation,” he said. Shin from Wilson it’s a statement.

Wilson underwent surgery on October 8, a day after slapping his hand against Aaron Donald while throwing a pass in the third period of a Los Angeles loss. Seahawks in view of Los Angeles Rams. The surgery was to repair a tendon tear and a fracture-dislocation. TO Wilson they removed the pin that had been inserted into his finger last week.

The injury left Wilson on injured reserve and is the most significant so far in his career. He snapped a streak of 149 consecutive starts to kick off his career. The Seahawks they appointed Wilson, next to wide receiver Dee Eskridge and to the corner Nigel Warrior, to return from injured reserve on Monday, opening up the possibility of training.

This Monday, Wilson He posted via social media, “It’s time”, along with a video of his recovery.

The Seahawks face the Green bay packers Sunday, after going 1-2 without Wilson.

Monday marks 31 days since surgery for Wilson, October 8. Jeremy Fowler and Adam Schefter from ESPN initially reported that the quarterback could return as soon as four weeks, meaning that Wilson it has been discharged relatively early in relation to the forecast period.

Wilson published a photograph last Monday, with the Seahawks entering his day off, showing the pin removed from his finger. That came shortly after the head coach Pete Carroll told reporters that he did not know when that procedure might happen. Carroll then said that the finger of Wilson it would take a couple of days to heal after pin removal, before he could train. Wilson posted a video Tuesday showing him working at his home in the area of San Diego, and throwing short passes while wearing a glove on his right hand.

The Seahawks must activate Wilson from injured reserve for Saturday so he can play Sunday. Throughout the career of Wilson, are 4-0 at home against the Packers on Seattle, and 0-4 in Lambeau Field, including the playoffs.

Information from Brady Henderson was used in the writing of this note.

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