NFL QB Russell Wilson uninjured after riding in a golf cart that flipped into a fairway bunker

Russell Wilson had a tough first year as the Denver Broncos quarterback, leading the AFC West team to a 5-12 record. Denver brought Sean Payton out of retirement and hired him as their new head coach, a move they hope will turn around the entire organization.

As early offseason programs begin around the NFL, Wilson and a few teammates were getting in 18 holes at Arrowhead Golf Course in Colorado.

During the round, Wilson was riding passenger in a golf cart when it went tumbling into a fairway bunker.

No one was hurt in the incident.

Someone at the course told Barstool Sports’ Foreplay podcast that “they were reversing because the cart locked up and were too close to the edge and it tumbled in. Their teammates ran over to pick it up and push it out of the bunker,” and that it happened on Thursday, April 13.

Confirmed via sources that this is TRUE.

Russell Wilson flipped a golf cart into a bunker at Arrowhead Golf Course yesterday.

No one was hurt. All is well.

The guess here is he didn’t see the bunker while looking for his ball and went right in @DenverSportsCom

— Mat Smith (@RealMatSmith) April 16, 2023

On Tuesday, Wilson addressed the report on Twitter.

The real question is did we get from the bunker to the green #PAR
Good times!

— Russell Wilson (@DangeRussWilson) April 18, 2023