Russell Wilson took time on Thursday to clarify all this talk about Recovery Water and how it’s helping him. Of course you remember how Russell said in Rolling Stone that, “I banged my head during the Packers game in the playoffs, and the next day I was fine…it was the water.” Yeah, the Recovery Water that he’s invested in. The nanobubbles.
Ahh, but he’d like to make subtle changes to all this Recovery Water brand shilling.
“I didn’t have a concussion,” Wilson said. “I guess it was perceived wrong. I did not have a concussion. I was saying that I had been consistently drinking the water for a month and a half — five, seven times a day. And I was like, ‘Man, maybe this stuff is helping me out.'”
Right, as in it prevented a concussion. The water. So drink the water and you to might prevent a concussion?
These bottles of Recovery Water go for $3. So quick math: $15-$21 a day in Recovery Water, let’s say 45 days. My calculations come in at $675-$945 in Recovery Water “helped prevent” — his words — Russell Wilson from getting a concussion based on at hit from Clay Matthews.
“I didn’t have a head injury, but what I was trying to say is I think it helped prevent it,” he said. “I think your brain consists of like 75, 80 percent water, so I think that just being hydrated, drinking the recovery water really does help.”
Earlier this week: