When Russell Wilson was wheeled into surgery Friday, multiple doctors believed he would miss at least six weeks. But by the time surgery was finished on Wilson's fractured right middle finger, doctors believed the Seattle Seahawks star quarterback had a realistic chance to make it back in four weeks, sources told ESPN. "That's now the hope and, depending on some other factors, that's possible," one source told ESPN this weekend. The Seahawks and doctors agreed that a four-week timetable is a best-case scenario for Wilson, who suffered the injury in Thursday night's loss to the Los Angeles Rams.
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