Giants running back David Wilson isn’t afraid to get back on the field. If anything, he’s eager.
After having neck surgery in January, Wilson said he’s feeling good, and is hoping to be cleared to return to OTAs later this spring.
“For sure,” he said, via Conor Orr of the Newark Star-Ledger. “I expect to. I want to.”
“I never had pain from the injury, even the day after it happened; the moment after it happened,” Wilson said. “I’m in the locker room telling the coaches, ‘let me go back out there, I don’t feel anything.’ I sneaked out onto the field and was removed. Because I didn’t have any pain.”
As much as the Giants might hope he’s right, they were also smart to bring Rashad Jennings in for cover, in case the clearance Wilson suggests is coming soon doesn’t.