It's unclear when specifically Wilson suffered the injury, though he performed well against New York, recording four tackles (all solo) and an interception of an Eli Manning pass to the endzone in Washington's upset victory.
On the season, Wilson has 56 tackles (43 solo), two interceptions, 15 passes defensed, and one fumble recovery. He remains a key part of the Redskins' defense, which ranks No. 16 in points allowed and No. 7 in passing touchdowns allowed.
Washington's next game is Saturday against the Minnesota Vikings. One assumes the team will release details on Wilson and his availability for that contest once the results of his tests come in.
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It's not clear when the injury occurred. Wilson did stagger out of the game a couple times during the fourth quarter, but he also got a key fourth-quarter interception on Eli Manning in the end zone.
Wilson has been a key player in the Redskins' secondary this season. While he has not been quite as good as the man he replaced, Carlos Rogers, he did have one interception and 12 passes defended this season prior to Sunday.
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