Seahawks QB Russell Wilson has sprained left knee

QB Russell Wilson suffered what Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll called a left knee sprain and will have an MRI to determine its severity.

Wilson missed one snap but then re-entered the game to finish the drive. After Seattle kicked a field goal, teammates made sure Wilson wasn't going to talk his way into playing through pain.

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Pro Football Talk had a story that Wilson tweeted "God is Good! #Greatful" late last night, which perhaps one can assume means his MRI came back fine. The best-case scenario for the Seahawks is Wilson is able to play next week against the Jets, even if he's at less than 100 percent; and after the trip to New York, he gets the bye to heal up. Of course, with the team at 2-1, it's possible they try to rest him before the bye to get extra time to heal.

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