He's the rookie general of the Seattle Seahawks and has thrown the league's most controversial touchdown this season.
But how did Russell Wilson measure up to some Stryker soldiers at Joint Base Lewis-McChord on Tuesday? Farely well, according to Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com.
But the Seahawks’ rookie quarterback was smiling. And posing for pictures. And signing autographs. And shaking one hand after another. That’s because these Raiders weren’t those Raiders. They were members of 42 Strike Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division.
Wilson joined Brandon Mebane, Bobby Wagner and Greg Scruggs during Tuesday's visit to the soldiers, who are set to deploy overseas.
To view more photos from the visit, go to First Corps Facebook page.