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NEW YORK - Two weeks after ending his NFL career due to a neck injury, former New York Giants running back David Wilson is turning to track and field. Adrian Peterson Jersey . The 23-year-old Wilson, who competed in the triple jump during high school and at Virginia Tech, intends to train in the event with an eye on making the United States team for the 2016 Rio Olympics. Speaking to reporters Monday at Citi Field, where he addressed school children as part of the "Citi Kids" program, Wilson said he has already been working out and will start training with his former track coach on campus at Virginia Tech. Wilson was drafted by the Giants in the first round, 32nd overall, out of Virginia Tech in 2012. As a rookie, he rushed for 358 yards and scored four touchdowns while making his mark as a kick returner. Wilson led the NFL with 1,533 yards in kickoff returns, a team record. He got off to a slow start last season and missed the final 11 games after being diagnosed with spinal stenosis, a narrowing of the spinal cord. Wilson underwent fusion surgery to repair vertebrae and a herniated disk in his neck in January and then felt numbness in his hands and lower extremities during training camp last month when he ran with his head down into the back of an offensive lineman. He retired when he was told by doctors that he risked more serious problems if he kept playing. Sam Mills Jersey . Bryant, who signed a five-year, $34 million contract as a free agent with Cleveland in March, reported symptoms on Monday morning, a team spokesman said. Garrett Grayson Jersey . Dalton completed his only pass and led the Bengals to a touchdown in his only drive -- one that took four minutes to finish -- and the Cincinnati Bengals ended the preseason with a 27-10 victory over the Indianapolis Colts on Thursday night. http://www.officialsaintslockroom.com/coby-fleener-saints-jersey/ . -- Max Domi scored twice and set up two more as the London Knights toppled the visiting Kingston Frontenacs 6-4 on Sunday in Ontario Hockey League action.LAS VEGAS -- Shabazz Napier has signed his rookie deal with the Miami Heat. Napiers deal got finalized Friday, hours before Miamis final game of its summer league schedule. The point guard will make about $1.2 million this season after being selected with the No. 24 overall pick in last months draft. Obviously, it was never a question that Napier was going to get a deal, but he said actually signing the contract was a significant moment. Hell return to Miami on Saturday to begin getting ready for training camp that starts in about two months. "Growing up, this is what you want to do," said Napier, who sat out the summer finale against Cleveland. "You want to be part of a great organization. Its always great to have that extra feeling of relief. I told my family about it and its something we all will cherish." Napier, who led Connecticut to this past seasons NCAA championship, becomes the 12th player either signed or committed to the Heat for next season. "I spent a great deal of time studying him in preparation for the draft and we liked his qualities: his toughness, his competitiveness, his ability to play bigger in bigger moments," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said earlier this week after watching Napier during the Las Vegas summer league. "He has a very good feel for the point guard position but can also play off the ball. He will be a shooter in this league." Earlier Friday, Miami completed the signing of forward Udonis Haslem to a two-year contract that will pay him about $5.6 million. His deal was worked out several days ago,, and Haslem told the team he had no desire to leave his hometown, anyway. Manti Te o Jersey. "Udonis Haslem has been a fixture in Miami over the last 11 years," Heat President Pat Riley said. "Hes a team player, an encompassing all-purpose player that would play just about any position or role in order to win. Its been such a privilege and honour to have him with the organization and Im so happy that he decided to come back." So in the week that followed the departure of LeBron James back to Cleveland, the Heat have gone from two players on the roster -- and only one of those with a guaranteed deal -- to having a dozen. A formal announcement of an already-agreed-upon deal with reserve power forward Chris Andersen is expected imminently, and All-Star forward Chris Bosh may not be able to sign his new $118 million, five-year deal until he returns from an international vacation and completes a physical. The Heat will likely fill out the roster with free agents on minimum-salary deals, and have shown a willingness in the past to wait until training camp nears for those last signings. Haslem has spent all of his 11 NBA seasons with the Heat and is the franchises career rebounds leader. He and Dwyane Wade are the only players to appear on all three of Miamis championship teams. The Miami native opted out of a contract that would have paid him $4.6 million next season to give the team flexibility during free agency. Haslem averaged 3.8 points last season and has averaged 8.6 points in 715 regular-season games over his career. 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