Russell Wilson is already dealing with more injuries in the first three weeks of the 2016 season than the first four years of his career.
This time, the Seattle Seahawks quarterback got lucky.
Wilson threw for 243 yards and a touchdown before suffering a left knee injury and the Seattle Seahawks rolled to a 37-18 rout of the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.
Wilson was injured with about 10 minutes to go in the third quarter getting pulled down awkwardly on a sack by San Francisco’s Eli Harold.
Harold was called for a horse collar penalty, but the bigger concern was how he fell on Wilson’s left leg.
“Fortunate. I don’t think it’s as severe as it looked,” Wilson said.
Seattle coach Pete Carroll referred to the injury as a slight sprained knee and Wilson was set to undergo an MRI to verify the initial diagnosis.
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