Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson loses the ball out of bounds as he is hit by Arizona Cardinals inside linebacker Haason Reddick (43) during the second half of Seattle’s win Thursday night. The league says it is starting a “thorough” review of what happened after Wilson got hit in the head in the second half then returned to the game.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson loses the ball out of bounds as he is hit by Arizona Cardinals inside linebacker Haason Reddick (43) during the second half of Seattle’s win Thursday night. The league says it is starting a “thorough” review of what happened after Wilson got hit in the head in the second half then returned to the game. Ross D. Franklin AP
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson loses the ball out of bounds as he is hit by Arizona Cardinals inside linebacker Haason Reddick (43) during the second half of Seattle’s win Thursday night. The league says it is starting a “thorough” review of what happened after Wilson got hit in the head in the second half then returned to the game. Ross D. Franklin AP

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