People are excited to see what David Wilson can do for the New York Giants in 2013. After showing the fans a glimpse of what he could do in 2012, the Giants decided to part ways with Ahmad Bradshaw to give their first round pick of 2012 more playing time as a featured back.
Wilson spoke at a Boost Mobile Shrink Hunger community event and discussed several topics with Jenny Vrentas of the Newark-Star Ledger.
On Victor Cruz's contract situation:
"I think he's a key player. If I was in charge, I would have gave him a contract to make sure he don't go nowhere."
"I mean, you've got to be logical with. But I would definitely want him on my team, especially the success that he's had in the city."
On kick returning in 2013:
"I'd truly miss being back there on kick returns if they decided to take me off. And I would still try to get back there somehow."
On being the Giants starting running back:
"The job is not given to anybody, you've just got to go out and earn it."
On bulking up for pass protection:
"Because at the end of the day, Eli is our quarterback in there. And when the game is in a tough situation, the ball is going to be in his hands to make decisions. And when he makes those decisions, he's got to be able to stand in the pocket."
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