Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will miss the rest of the regular season with a fractured collarbone and has yet to officially be placed on the injured reserve list.
Wilson was sidelined by the injury after going 11-for-21 for 105 yards, one touchdown and one interception.
The team announced Wednesday the surgery was performed Wednesday by Dr. James Andrews.
The team announced the news late Wednesday night.
Seattle coach Pete Carroll told reporters that Wilson would not be placed in the lineup for the team’s Week 15 home game against the Chicago Bears.
The Seahawks are playing their first home game of the season on Sunday.
Wilson has been on the injury report since Week 1, but he has not been on active roster since Oct. 7.
The injury happened when Wilson was hit in the face by a linebacker while rushing the pocket in the third quarter.
He did not return to the game.
Wilson’s replacement, Tarvaris Jackson, also did not play.
He started in place of Wilson against the Carolina Panthers on Sept. 25, the same week Wilson broke his collarbone.