"I didn't have a head injury, but what I was trying to say is I think it helped prevent it," he said. "I think your brain consists of like 75, 80 percent water, so I think that just being hydrated, drinking the Recovery Water, really does help."

To recap: There's water in our brains, so drinking Recovery Water helps prevent concussions. Got it.

Part of what Wilson is saying is important though. Hydration is a very, very good thing and can be achieved through drinking tap water, which is way better for you and the environment than shelling out $3 for manufactured bottled water. Drinking water is a universally healthy thing to do. Football players, in particular, spend their summers practicing and playing in the heat, which is only compounded by their pads and helmets. These guys need their water.

What they don't need, however, is one of their peers telling them that his water brand will prevent concussions. 

Not even Recovery Water will back up Wilson's words. In a statement given to The Huffington Post on Thursday, nothing regarding head injuries or concussions were addressed. Instead, the company has chosen to underscore the benefits of hydration, albeit with their water brand:

Hydrating with Reliant Recovery Water helps to jumpstart recovery from injury and muscle related stress while also decreasing symptoms of fatigue.