Russell Wilson’s most memorable season with the Denver Mustangs has been a significant disappointment.According to ongoing reports from previous Horses hostile tackle Tyler Polumbus,
Wilson has begun to return to old propensities — getting down on audibles he utilized during his 10 seasons with the Seattle Seahawks.
“Russ is freaking out there — he’s utilizing audibles from the Seahawks. The folks don’t have the foggiest idea about the audibles.
He’s utilizing codewords that the folks don’t have the foggiest idea,” Polumbus said on Denver’s Elevation Sports Radio.
“Russ is losing his mind out there– he’s using audibles from the Seahawks. The guys don’t know the audibles. He’s using codewords that the guys don’t know”— 92.5 FM – Denver’s Altitude Sports Radio (@AltitudeSR) November 17, 2022
–@Tyler_Polumbus on what he’s hearing from inside the organization@ScottHastings | @JoshuaDover https://t.co/T2GBAAOdLv
The NFL world took to Twitter to respond to these humiliating reports.
“The Mustangs neglected to reconstruct Russ when he arrived in Denver,” one fan composed.
“Lmao. The issue is Russ. That is all. Buddy is too large at this point. Best of luck Denver,” one more said.
“Assuming that this is valid, couldn’t time with the group help? Perhaps he wants a season to get adjusted?”
another asked.Wilson and the Horses are 3-6 to begin the 2022 season. The nine-time Expert Bowler is amidst his most obviously awful profession season,
logging 1,980 yards, seven scores and five block attempts through the initial nine rounds of the year.
Denver will hope to get things in the groove again in a matchup against the Las Vegas Thieves on Sunday.