Russell Wilson Claims Last Postseason’s Head Injury Was Cured By “Recovery Water”

Sports and Bets — August 26, 2015 at 3:17 pm by

During last year’s NFC Championship Game, Russell Wilson looked like he may have been concussed after getting lit up by Clay Matthews.

Despite taking this brutal hit, Wilson was able to stay in the game and play in the Super Bowl. Wilson credits his quick recovery to a product called Recovery Water. From Pro Football Talk:

In a lengthy profile in the latest issue of Rolling Stone, Wilson claims the water, which the company he’s working with sells for $3 a bottle, caused his brain to recover from what could have been a serious injury. “I banged my head during the Packers game in the playoffs, and the next day I was fine,” Wilson said. “It was the water.” Wilson insists that the Recovery Water “works well,” and that a teammate used the water to heal a knee injury. And if that makes Recovery Water sound more like a scam than a miracle cure, well, Wilson admits he can’t prove that it works. “Well, we’re not saying we have real medical proof,” Wilson said.

Jesus Christ, that’s one of the most ridiculous things I’ve ever heard. Wilson is rapidly transitioning from one of my favorite players to somebody that I cannot stand. He says that God was responsible for his Super Bowl-losing interception, he inexplicably refuses to bang the smoking hot Ciara, and now, he’s trying to hustle people out of their hard-earned money on some bullshit water scam. This dude is really grinding my gears. Just look at the fucking picture he took for Rolling Stone.

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What a punchable face. He’s morphing into a tremendous doucher right before our eyes. I implore everybody out there to avoid this Recovery Water like the plague. I’ve seen Space Jam way too many times to fall for another placebo trick.

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via Pro Football Talk & Rolling Stone
cover pic: CBS Sports

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