A Denver Mustangs colleague protected Russell Wilson against claims that the quarterback is "flipping out."

On Denver's 92.5 FM Elevation Sports Radio, previous hostile lineman Tyler Polumbus said Wilson is calling audibles from the Seattle Seahawks that Horses players don't have any idea.

Per KOA's Ryan Edwards, Mustangs left watch Dalton Risner excused those "BS" claims."That's BS," Risner said. "There hasn't been a solitary time he's made a check at the line that we didn't have the foggiest idea what it was."

Wilson got the Mustangs together with exclusive standards following 10 years in Seattle. In any case, Denver is 3-6 with a NFL-low 14.6 focuses per game.

Fans anticipating that the nine time Genius Bowler should cook away from Pete Carroll's run-weighty offense have rather seen Wilson

 post the most awful finish rate (57.4), yards per endeavor (7.3), and quarterback rating (81.4) of his profession.

No one beyond Denver's group will be aware assuming there's any legitimacy to Polumbus' condemning allegations.

Be that as it may, one way or another, Wilson has critical issues to address over the last eight games.

 Rather than vaulting the Mustangs to title conflict, Wilson will battle to stay away from last spot in the AFC West when

Denver has the Las Vegas Pillagers this Sunday at 4:05 p.m. ET.