New York Giants running back David Wilson will sit out practice the rest of the week and have his neck re-evaluated on Monday, the Giants announced Wednesday.
Wilson will miss the Giants' preseason opener against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
Wilson left practice after sustaining a neck burner Tuesday. He had been fully cleared for training camp after January surgery to repair a spinal condition discovered after he injured his neck against the Philadelphia Eagles last October.
Wilson will see the same doctor who performed his surgery on Monday.
Wilson has rushed for 504 yards and five touchdowns in 21 games since entering the NFL in 2012.
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