|Date of Birth||11/29/1988|
|Height, Weight||5'11", 215 lbs|
|Drafted||2012 - Rd 3 (75th Overall) by SEA|
|Fantasy Own %||97.0%|
|1||Predicting the Seattle Seahawks’ top five wide receivers|
|2||Cliff Avril matches sack numbers, builds 12 homes in Haiti|
|3||Pete Carroll ‘really proud’ of how Richard Sherman is handling media|
|4||Pete Carroll gushes over Jimmy Graham’s improvement|
|5||Richard Sherman: I did not ask Seahawks for trade|
Wilson has made a full recovery from his slew of maladies last season and looks as good as ever moving around during practice, according to coach Pete Carroll, ESPN's Sheil Kapadia reports.
Wilson didn't last long before suffering his first injury last season, as he surfaced from Week 1 with a high-ankle sprain, later suffering a sprained MCL and strained pectoral over the course of the campaign. Because of those ailments, the usually mobile Wilson was noticeably unable to move around the way he normally does, which contributed toward a statistical drop-off. In fact, with no reliable running game or protection to speak of, Wilson accounted for 13 fewer passing touchdowns and threw three more interceptions than in 2015, when he also rushed for almost 300 more yards. Thanks to the time off since last season, Wilson has returned to the Seahawks in exquisite shape, which has coach Carroll excited about him potentially rediscovering to the best form of his career.