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New York Giants' news, 3/22: David Wilson, David Diehl, more

New York Giants' headlines for Friday morning.

David Wilson
David Wilson

Good morning, New York Giants' fans! Here are your morning links for this chilly March Friday.

David Wilson injury: Giants RB had hand surgery to remove bone chip -
New York Giants running back David Wilson underwent hand surgery to remove a bone chip, but the procedure won't cause the running back to miss any time.

Diehl says no restructure request yet, but he'd do it for Cruz
"Nothing as of yet," Diehl said this evening on NFL Network. "I have been there the last seven weeks after having my knee scoped and some surgery. I have been going there, in and out each and every day. We will see what happens, with what happens [and] plays out here with Victor Cruz." Diehl did say he’d be willing to rework his contract to accommodate Cruz, whom he called "a critical piece of to our offense."

Art Stapleton: Eli runs the show only on the field -

The Giants QB doesn't get involved in front office decisions.

On the Clock: New York Giants - NFL Videos
The New York Giants hold the 19th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, will they look to improve their linebacker corps or will they look elsewhere?

Werner has 'medical concerns' | National Football Post
Medical concerns about Florida State defensive end Bjoern Werner are driving the stock of the prospect down with the draft a little more than a month off. One source said new information on Werner has concerned clubs and he has a yellow flag for one team. "It's not red but he is yellow and going down." According to the source, Werner has a previous injury that has not healed properly.

Giants running backs past and present bemoan new helmet rule

2013 NFL Draft stock report: Under the radar players on the rise -

Cornellius Carradine 2013 NFL Draft scouting report -

Sharrif Floyd tackles his difficult past with eye on a better future -

How long does it take to start in the NFL? | National Football Post