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Seahawks' Russell Wilson Clarifies Comments On Recovery Water After Seeing Backlash

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 28 / 15

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson on Thursday said his comments to Rolling Stone about how Reliant Recovery Water helped him recoup from a concussion  during the NFC Championship game were "perceived wrong," according to Bob Condotta of the SEATTLE TIMES. Wilson said, "I did not have a concussio...

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