Wilson, who is listed as questionable with a wrist injury, said a bone was broken and ligaments were torn in his left wrist when he tackled Jaguars linebacker Mike Peterson on an interception return in the first quarter.
Wilson remained in the game and caught just one pass after that from Tommy Maddox. Yesterday was the first time since the overtime defeat he attempted to catch a pass with his broken wrist, which was taped with a protective brace.
"I'm going to give it a shot," said Wilson, the No. 3 receiver who was signed in free agency from the San Francisco 49ers. "That's what we get paid for -- to sacrifice our bodies for the game."
Wilson said surgery has not been ruled out.
"They said I could probably get away with it right now," Wilson said. "But if it causes me pain ... I don't know. I'm definitely going to try it out and see how it feels."