Russell Wilson isn't his normal self, even if he won't admit it

GLENDALE, Ariz. – A lot of guys wouldn’t be playing through what Russell Wilson is playing through.

Wilson won’t say it. The Seattle Seahawks’ dynamic quarterback just keeps insisting that he feels great, that he can run the ball when he needs to, that he was always getting treatment even before the ankle and knee injuries he suffered early this season.

There’s a certain nobility in that, even if his cover’s blown the moment he tries to do Russell Wilson things – or the moment he doesn’t, which is probably where Wilson’s striking lack of mobility showed up most in Sunday night’s 6-all tie against the Arizona Cardinals.

“Sometimes, you might play a whole season with some knicks and some knacks. That’s what makes it tough,” Seahawks receiver Jermaine Kearse told USA TODAY Sports. “I don’t know how (Wilson) specifically feels, but it might be one of those for him. It might be one of those seasons where he’s got the grind to it. But I feel like he’s…

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