ESPN's Adam Schefter reports doctors have informed David Wilson that he faces increased risk of re-injuring his neck if he plays football again.
Coach Tom Coughlin reiterated that David Wilson (neck) is not expected to need surgery.
Giants placed RB David Wilson on injured reserve with a herniated disc in his neck, ending his season.
ESPN's Dan Graziano confirms that David Wilson (neck) is likely to be placed on injured reserve Thursday, but that he's expected to avoid surgery, and make a "full recovery."
Sources tell the Star-Ledger that David Wilson (neck) is expected to be placed on injured reserve Thursday, ending his season.
The Giants released a Monday statement saying David Wilson (neck) has made "significant improvement" with regard to his neck injury.
FOX Sports' Mike Garafolo reports David Wilson's neck has "improved," but he still hasn't been cleared for game action.
A source tells ESPN that David Wilson will undergo a pivotal MRI on his neck this week.
GM Jerry Reese said the Giants will "make some decisions" on David Wilson (neck) early next week.
David Wilson (neck) will be re-evaluated by doctors next week.
Coach Tom Coughlin said he has no new information on David Wilson (neck).
David Wilson told reporters Friday he doesn't anticipate any further news on his neck injury "for a month."
David Wilson (neck) has been ruled out for Week 7.
Coach Tom Coughlin suggested that the Giants will exercise extreme caution with David Wilson (neck).