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March 3, 2014 at 10:06 PM

Wrapping up Russell Wilson’s day in Arizona

As you may have heard Russell Wilson spent the day working out with the Texas Rangers.

Times columnist Jerry Brewer was there and writes that Wilson left everyone impressed.

Here also is a photo gallery of Wilson’s day.

And here a few other links on Wilson’s day with the Rangers. …

— The Dallas Morning News notes that both sides are getting their money’s worth;

— The Dallas Morning-News also says it was far from just a publicity stunt;

— USA Today says Wilson was a hit and won’t completely close the door that he might try baseball again someday;

— MLB.com repeats the theme that Wilson was a big hit;

— The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that Adrian Beltre came away impressed;

— ESPN.com says Wilson shared his drive to succeed;

— SI.com with more on Wilson saying he won’t say “never” to ever playing baseball again;

— Finally, here’s the report from NFL.com.

 

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