David Wilson told the Daily News Thursday that he recently had minor hand surgery to remove a bone chip in his palm.

"It happened awhile ago," Wilson said at a Boost Mobile "Shrink Hunger" event in Harlem. "I didn't want to do it, like, before the season. But it was already chipped. So (they) just take it out so it won't be floating around."

Wilson was still sporting several black stitches running from his palm down his wrist on Thursday. The injury is hardly serious, though, he said, and he's not expecting to miss any time because of it. In fact, Wilson said he has been training at the Giants facility the last several weeks.

SNEE FEELING "GOOD"
Guard Chris Snee, who had surgery on his hip exactly a month ago, said he got off crutches "a couple days ago," and he feels "really good." He added that he's planning to attend offseason workouts on April 15. He likely won't do much work on the field, he said, but he wouldn't do much even if he were healthy, he said.