NFL reviewing Russell Wilson’s concussion test

The NFL is conducting a thorough review of the concussion test Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson underwent during Thursday night’s game against the Arizona Cardinals, a league spokesman told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport on Friday.

Wilson briefly left during the Seahawks’ win after taking a hit to the chin early in the third quarter. The quarterback was ushered off the field by referee Walt Anderson after the hit. Wilson went into the medical tent on the sideline but sat out just one play before returning. TV cameras showed Wilson was only in the tent for seconds before returning the game.

Wilson was asked about the sequence after the game.

“Well I got smacked in the jaw pretty good there,” Wilson said. “I wasn’t concussed or anything like that. I felt completely clear. I was just trying to feel my jaw, I was like ‘aw man, it’s stuck.’ I think I was laying on the ground for a second just trying to feel my jaw and I think Walt [Anderson, the referee] thought maybe I was a little injured or something like that. I told him I was good, I was

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