Report: Russ underwent knee surgery, should be ready for OTAs
Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee following the 2022 campaign, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.
The signal-caller reportedly underwent the procedure to fix an issue that had been bothering him for a few seasons.
Wilson is already working out and should be good to go for the club's OTAs, Rapoport adds.
The 34-year-old will look to rebound after his disappointing first season with the Broncos. Wilson had the lowest touchdown total of his 11-year career with just 16 through the air and three on the ground. He also finished with a career-worst passer rating of 84.4 as Denver finished last in the AFC West with a 5-12 record.
Wilson signed a five-year, $242.6-million extension with the Broncos last offseason after being acquired from the Seattle Seahawks. He's under contract through the 2028 campaign.