After an exam showed insufficient results on New York Giants running back David Wilson‘s neck, it was determined that he’ll be held out of OTAs and minicamp. As for Wilson though, he came out positive that he’ll be cleared for full-contact in time for minicamp next month, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
If he is not cleared, he will likely have to start training camp on the PUP list (physically unable to perform) and would be a candidate for injured reserve if the problem keeps on. The team, as well as the doctors are determined to be extremely careful with this situation because if it goes mistreated, and they jump the gun, it could have dire consequences.
Wilson has been practicing with the team, but it’s almost all return drills and nothing involving too much contact.