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The dancers at Vivid Cabaret NYC were sneaking peeks at the club’s high-def screens last night to watch the New York Giants first preseason game. And the girls liked what they saw.
“I was impressed,” said Vivid Cabaret NYC Girl Melanie. “Eli Manning needs to bounce back from a bad season and this new fast pace offense could be just the thing to do it.”
Vivid Cabaret NYC Girl Rachel agreed. “They were moving fast — just like me. I’m out of my clothes in a few seconds whenever someone asks me for a lap dance. Haha!”
The Giants faced the Bills on Sunday night in the preseason-opening Hall of Fame game and came away with a 17-13 victory. Andrew Williams had seven carried seven times for 48 yards for the Giants, including a 3-yard touchdown run.
Unfortunately the Giants announced that they are shutting down running back David Wilson for the season after he injured his neck last week during training camp. Wilson had spinal fusion surgery back in January and was cleared for contact just a couple weeks ago. On Tuesday, he left the training camp field after a collision with guard Eric Herman. More than likely, Wilson’s NFL career is over, but he will be listed on injured reserve for the 2014 season.
“David has diffuse cervical stenosis. He had a disk removed and a fusion in January,” team physician Russell Warren said in a statement. “In light of last week’s episode of symptoms, sensory and motor, [Dr.] Frank [Cammisa Jr., who performed Wilson's surgery] and I both told David he should not play football anymore.
“We let David know that by playing, he would be putting himself at risk for more episodes like last week or perhaps something more serious.”
Wilson expressed gratitude for being able to away from football without a more serious injury. He said in the statement: “I’m thankful that I can literally walk away from the game and that I am healthy and capable of doing the same things I have done all my life, except play football. I always try to find the positive in everything. This morning when I saw Dr. Cammisa and Dr. Warren, I didn’t hear what I wanted to hear, but I expected that what they told me could be a possibility. I had played out both scenarios in my mind. I prayed this morning before I went to see them that they would tell me what God would tell me. He put His answer in them to relay to me.”
It’s hard not to feel sorry for the 23-year-old to see his career cut short, but he seems to have the right attitude about the circumstances.
“I don’t want anybody to feel sorry for me, or pity me,” said Wilson. “I lived my dream. A lot of people only get to dream their dream. I lived that dream. Now I have a chance to dream another dream and live that, too.”
Good luck to Wilson, and to the Giants.
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