Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has talked about returning to practice after missing the past two weeks with a hamstring injury, but he’s not ruling out the possibility of playing again.
The Seahawks’ starting quarterback had been dealing with a groin injury for weeks.
It was only on Nov. 15 that Wilson suffered what he called a “tremendous” strain, and he didn’t play again until the following week.
Wilson had surgery to repair the injury in early December.
The team says the extent of Wilson’s injury was not immediately known.
The Seahawks have also had an undisclosed injury to wide receiver Doug Baldwin, but Baldwin is not expected to miss any time with a sprained knee ligament.