A torn muscle in his arm won’t be enough to sideline Cardinals safety Adrian Wilson.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Wilson has a torn bicep but is determined to try to play with it.
Wilson is scheduled to get a second opinion, and it’s possible that he’ll be told he absolutely has to have surgery, which could be season-ending. But based on the first medical opinion, which was that Wilson could delay the surgery until after the season if he can play through the pain, that’s his plan.
The 31-year-old Wilson has stayed relatively healthy during his 10-year NFL career, missing a total of 10 games.