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Russell Wilson's 'Entourage' movie cameo could not have gone worse

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Russell Wilson, it seems, is always busy.

Not content with winning Super Bowl's and taking part in Spring Training with the Texas Rangers, the Seahawks quarterback has been filming recently for a cameo role in the upcoming 'Entourage' movie.

But it looks like his new teammates are not quite as adept with a football as his NFL peers with news today that acting star Kevin Connelly suffered a double leg break recently during a take with Wilson.

Connelly himself tweeted a picture of Wilson tending to his injury while the player took to the social media site today to big up the movie star:

"My man @mrkevinconnolly banged up after running a perfect post route. When he gets healthy watch out...", wrote Wilson.

Initially it was suggested that the injury, which is reported as a left leg break in two places, occured in between takes on the set in LA, but creator of the hit show, Doug Ellin, refuted such claims:

"This actually was during a take and my man @mrkevinconnolly came down with the ball!."

It remains to be seen then whether the leg-break makes it's way into the final cut but Connolly, who plays the role of Eric Murphy in 'Entourage', is likely to be on crutches for the foreseeable future.

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