No. 32 pick David Wilson signs four-year deal with Giants
David Wilson, formerly of Virginia Tech who ranked eighth in the nation in rushing last year, will be expected to help take over the production of Brandon Jacobs, who was released by the team after the 2012 season.
Running back David Wilson, the No. 32 pick in last month’s draft, has agreed to terms with the Giants, via RapidReporter Alex Raskin.
According to Mac’s Football Blog, Wilson’s four-year contract is expected to be worth about $6.7 million with a signing bonus of $3.3 million.
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