Russell Wilson has shot at ‘immediate return’ from injured reserve

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Seattle Seahawks fans have been sorely missing quarterback Russell Wilson, who was placed on injured reserve after sustaining a finger injury during the Thursday night contest against the Los Angeles Rams.

Wilson underwent surgery to repair the finger on his throwing hand and a pin was inserted for stability. Now, the pin is already set to be removed.

“Wilson is having the pin removed from his middle finger within the next week and there’s a shot at an immediate return from injured reserve, NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reported Saturday on ‘Good Morning Football Weekend,'” writes Michael Baca, digital content producer for NFL.com. “Wilson is eligible for a return in Week 10.”

While Wilson has been out, Geno Smith has been filling in on the signal-calling duties, but Seattle has yet to find a way to win. If the Seahawks can get past the Saints on Monday night, Wilson could have a shot to right the ship over the remainder of the season.

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