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Derek Hagan is the Giants' only WR who hasn't always been a Giants WR

Giants rookie safety Michael Greco intercepts a pass

Giants rookie safety Michael Greco intercepts a pass intended for Derek Hagan during training camp at the University at Albany. (Aug. 3, 2010) Credit: Jon Winslow

OK, I'm back. I know I got a little punchy with the G&S stuff last night. It's been a long few weeks here in camp. But today is a getaway day for us -- or as beat writers call it, "Don't Get Hurt Day" -- and I'm fresh and ready and sane.

Here are a few of the stories that ran in today's paper, including that story I noted on Derek Hagan. I was really shocked when I realized that not only is he only 25 years old -- he carries himself with so much more maturity than that -- but he's the only one of the 10 Giants receivers in camp who has ever played for another NFL team.

Anyway, here are the links:

Giants' Hagan showing his maturity and resilience

Preseason may be Sorgi's only chance to play

Kenny Phillips in the key of DB

You might also be interested in this column by Glauber about the Eagles and their new quarterback:

Kolb's used to the hot seat

That's it. I think it's my turn in the beat writer rotation to write about Andre Brown and his comeback from a ruptrued Achilles, but I may wait and put it in the Monday paper. Plenty of other stuff to write about today for the Sunday paper.

But please, NO INJURIES!!!

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