Kay Adams’ Video With Broncos’ Russell Wilson Goes Viral

Kay Adams’ Video With Broncos’ Russell Wilson Goes Viral

Kay Adams’ recent video with Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson caused something of a stir this past week.

Over the past month, Adams has been doing a tour of NFL training camps. It has led to a number of images and clips going viral.

Between her handsy encounter with one NFL quarterback and photos with Aaron Rodgers, Adams has been a mainstay in the headlines.

Late last week, Adams’ video with Broncos head coach Sean Payton set the internet ablaze. Not long after that, she sat down with Wilson.

During their chat, Adams and Wilson discussed everything from his recent weight loss to his relationship with his teammates in Denver.

Adams also sat down with some of Wilson’s teammates to get an idea of how they feel about him.

It goes without saying, but the looming 2023-24 NFL season will be a huge one for Wilson. Denver invested a lot of financial and trade capital in his acquisition. It didn’t pay dividends in Year 1.

Instead, Wilson made headlines for his inability to get the ball to his receivers, questionable relationship with some of his teammates and iffy dynamic with then-head coach, Nathaniel Hackett.

There is a case to be made that Wilson landed in the news cycle far more for his intimate videos with Ciara and the pair’s polarizing fashion choices than any sort of substantive quarterbacking accomplishments.

That has to change this time around.

On Saturday night, Wilson took the field in the Broncos’ most recent preseason outing against the San Francisco 49ers. He led a 13-play drive that ended in a field goal and was subsequently benched for the rest of the game.

On that one drive, Wilson went 3-of-6 for 24 yards and ran the ball three times for 25 yards. He looked good.

The question now is whether he can build on that momentum and show up big in the games that actually matter when the regular season begins.

If Wilson can get back to being the player he once was with the Seattle Seahawks, this likely won’t be the last time he and Adams sit down for a chat this year.

Related: Miami Dolphins Cheerleader’s Wild Preseason Photos Cause A Stir

Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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