Russell Wilson’s “Dangerwich” sandwich from Subway lives on.
In February, Subway revealed the new Dangerwich sub. It even featured this memorable commercial that you can view below:
Some folks noticed that the Dangerwich had been removed from Subway’s “vault menu” online. The ‘Dangerwich’ featured a variety of meats, including bacon, ham, pepperoni and salami, cheese and vegetables.
This led to speculation that Subway decided to remove the sandwich altogether. Apparently, it will make a comeback soon.
On Friday, TMZ was informed by a Subway spokesperson that the Wilson signature sandwich was actually was removed from the fault in August. However, the spokesperson promised that it will be back on the menu soon:
“Subway works with a variety of athlete partners, and The Vault is the perfect place to showcase their favorite sandwiches,. While The Dangerwich sub left The Vault in August to make room for some new, craveable options, don’t worry, The Dangerwich will be back soon.”
The ‘Dangerwich’ featured a variety of meats, including bacon, ham, pepperoni and salami, cheese and vegetables.
Wilson is in the midst of his first season with the Denver Broncos, but it hasn’t gone according to plan at all. He has completed just 58.6 percent of pass attempts (currently a career-low by a ide margin) for 1,442 yards and five touchdowns against only three interceptions.
A heartbreaking 19-16 overtime loss to the Los Angeles Chargers on Monday night dropped Denver to 2-4 on the year. The team has only reached 20 points once all season, and they were held to just 16 and 11 points in their wins over the Houston Texans and San Francisco 49ers, respectively.
In March, the Broncos acquired the Super Bowl 48 champion in a blockbuster trade with the Seattle Seahawks. In return, Seattle got two firsts, two seconds, a fifth-rounder plus tight end Noah Fant, defensive end Shelby Harris and backup quarterback Drew Lock.
Wilson agreed to a five-year contract extension worth $245 million with the Broncos in August. The partnership hasn’t worked out up to this point, but the Broncos still have 11 games remaining to turn things around.
They’ll try to get back on track on Sunday when the 4-2 New York Jets come to town.