Russell Wilson will be dealing with a right high ankle sprain when the Seattle Seahawks face the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, but a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter that the quarterback is "doing great" heading into Week 2.
The sprain, suffered in the third quarter of the Seahawks' Week 1 win over the Miami Dolphins, could compromise the mobile quarterback's movement. But Wilson said Thursday that he hasn't had any swelling in the ankle and will be "ready to roll" against the Rams.
"[The doctors and trainers] are kind of shocked that it's doing this well, really not any swelling at all or anything like that because I got on it right away and have been hammering it right away," Wilson said.
Wilson said he was in a walking boot last Sunday after the game but had it off by Monday to get ready for the Rams.
He was hobbled down the stretch in Week 1 but stayed in the game and did not miss any snaps, capping a 12-10 comeback victory with a 2-yard touchdown pass to Doug Baldwin with 31 seconds remaining.
Wilson was a full practice participant Wednesday. He has never missed a game or practice in his five-year NFL career.
ESPN staff writer Sheil Kapadia contributed to this report.