New York Giants planning on David Wilson return by the start of the new season

The injured David Wilson is expected to make a full return to the New York Giants team before the start of the new season, according to co-owner John Mara.

The New York Giants are planning on having the injured David Wilson ready for the forthcoming season, according to the team's co-owner John Mara.

The running back has been out of action with a neck injury, but he has made solid progress and the Giants are preparing to hold medical tests for the player before he begins contact again.

"We expect him to be playing... all signs are he'll be ready to go," Mara told reporters at a YMCA donation ceremony.

The team plans to re-examine Wilson's neck with a doctor next Monday, with the rest of his teammates beginning training camp on the same day.

New York Giants President and CEO John Mara looks on prior to the start of the game against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium on December 8, 2013
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