Russell Wilson, the quarterback for the Denver Broncos, left Monday night’s game with another injury, although it’s not as bad as first thought. Wilson underwent an MRI on Tuesday, and according to a source, NFL Network Insider reports that he is now considered day to day.
In the fourth quarter of Monday night’s overtime defeat to the Los Angeles Chargers, Wilson suffered a hamstring injury, but he stayed in the game. Tuesday morning, before the MRI, NFL Network Insider indicated that the injury may be “pretty substantial.”
Rapoport continues, “As the club enters a short week, the Broncos will continue to assess Wilson’s hamstring.” According to the press, Wilson is attempting to play through the anguish, but this is not the last difficulty he will have in the future. Following a defeat to the Indianapolis Colts in Week 5, Wilson underwent surgery to address some soreness near his throwing shoulder. Wilson had a bandage on his shoulder below his pads during Monday’s game.