The Seattle Seahawks announced on Wednesday that QB Russell Wilson will be a game time decision for Week 4. Wilson suffered a broken wrist on his non-throwing arm in the first game of the season and has been sidelined ever since. Wilson didn’t practice on Wednesday, but he was seen throwing the ball with the trainer inside the Seahawks training facility. His availability may be determined by his ability to practice on Thursday and Friday.
The Seahawks were winners in both of the games that Wilson was sidelined, their only loss, coincidentally or not, coming in the season opener where Wilson played and fumbled the ball on three separate occasions. Unsubstantiated rumors suggest that Seahawks upper management may be fine with not rushing Wilson into starting action. This reporters guess is Wilson will be active and available if needed, but will not make his second start of the season.
The Seahawks make a difficult cross country trip to the nations capitol on Sunday to face the Washington Redtails.