Retired RB David Wilson wants to compete in the triple jump for Team USA at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Giants placed RB David Wilson (neck) on injured reserve, ending his season.
ESPN's Josina Anderson reports the Giants are "shutting down" David Wilson (neck), and "there's a belief the injury could be career ending."
A source close to the situation told ESPN's Dan Graziano the Giants would be "very surprised" if David Wilson (neck) played for them again.
A source tells NJ.com that David Wilson (neck) "needs a miracle" to return to the field.
Giants RB David Wilson (neck) tweeted he passed all his physical examinations and was "fine."
David Wilson (neck) will sit out the rest of the week and be reevaluated August 4.
David Wilson will undergo tests after suffering a neck "burner" in Tuesday's practice.
David Wilson left Tuesday's training camp practice early with a neck burner.
The Newark Star-Ledger expects David Wilson to be part of the Giants' weekly game plan as long as he remains healthy.
David Wilson opened Giants camp as the second-team tailback.
David Wilson (neck) tweeted Monday that he's been "cleared for everything."
Co-owner John Mara told reporters Thursday that the Giants expect David Wilson (neck) to be medically cleared for the season.
David Wilson (neck) will next seek medical clearance on Monday, July 21.