New York Giants running back David Wilson had surgery to repair his neck following the end of the 2013 season. Wilson said he isn’t feeling any pain in his neck and he is just waiting on positive x-ray results to clear him and allow him to return to action.
“As soon as the doctors see what they need to see, I’m good,” Wilson said, via the Newark Star-Ledger. “For right now, he said I’m doing really well and I’m ahead of schedule. I’m staying positive and my teammates and family are all giving me support.”
When asked if he would be ready for OTAs, Wilson said he expects to be.
“For sure,” he said. “I expect to. I want to.”
“We’re just playing it by ear,” he said. “I had the longest break out of anyone in this locker room. I’m just looking forward to getting back out with my teammates and competing. I love to compete. I’ll always have that in me.”
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