Russell Wilson cried tears of relief and joy after rallying the Seahawks past Green Bay in January’s NFC championship game. He told Rolling Stone that “Recovery Water” allowed him to continue playing that game following a big hit.
Russell Wilson cried tears of relief and joy after rallying the Seahawks past Green Bay in January’s NFC championship game. He told Rolling Stone that “Recovery Water” allowed him to continue playing that game following a big hit. David J. Phillip AP
Russell Wilson cried tears of relief and joy after rallying the Seahawks past Green Bay in January’s NFC championship game. He told Rolling Stone that “Recovery Water” allowed him to continue playing that game following a big hit. David J. Phillip AP
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Russell Wilson tells Rolling Stone “Recovery Water” saved him from concussion in NFC title game

August 26, 2015 03:12 PM

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