Thursday, March 26, 2009

Wilson May Soon Be Released From Rehabilitation Center

Oklahoma Sooner Football Articles and Notes

Corey Wilson "making good progress": Oklahoma wide receiver Corey Wilson, who a month ago was critically injured in a car crash, is improving and may be released from the Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Center as early as the first week of April, coach Bob Stoops said Wednesday. "He's making good progress and continues to get stronger," Stoops said. "I saw him this morning. The rehab and the way he is working and continues to make good progress, they're hopeful he'll be able to be released from the Thorpe rehab center April 3. He's had a positive attitude with all his work every day." Travis Wilson, Corey's older brother, told the Dallas Morning News this week that Corey has moved one of his toes and has gained sensation in his hips. "He knows he's going to walk. We respect the doctors and their profession," Travis told the newspaper, "but the only one who knows is the man upstairs. "Corey is going to walk again. It might take two weeks. Or three weeks. Or six months. Or 10 years. But it's going to happen." (The Oklahoman)

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