Quarterback Russell Wilson wants to offer more sustained performances than in his first season in the uniform of the Denver Broncos and he has taken the means to achieve this, except that the method used leaves some wondering.
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Last week, the former Seattle Seahawks player posted a 37-second clip on his Twitter account showing him in action at the gym. During the segment, he handles a soccer ball, while performing exercises to improve the flexibility of his limbs.
However, the presence of a sliding board caused a reaction from former NFL center and ESPN network figure Robert Griffin III, who did not seem impressed by the preparation of the nine-time Pro Bowl invitee.
“Broncos people, prepare to slide,” wrote “RGIII” on the same social network, which will evoke for many Denver fans a fall in the rankings. The author of the humorous line accompanied it with a brief sequence from the comedy “Heavyweights” where students fall awkwardly while sliding on a similar platform.
Wilson played 15 games for the Broncos in 2022 and enjoyed four triumphs. He completed 60.5% of his passes for 3,524 air yards, 16 touchdowns and 11 interceptions.
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