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Webster doesn't share Thomas' views on underappreciated secondary

New York Giants cornerback Corey Webster reacts during

New York Giants cornerback Corey Webster reacts during Media Day for NFL football's Super Bowl XLVI Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey) Credit: AP Photo/Mark Humphrey

We wrote yesterday on Terrell Thomas talking about how the secondary is the “underdog of the defense,” how the unit doesn’t get enough credit, and how players such as Corey Webster and Kenny Phillips should be getting Pro Bowl recognition. Today, Webster downplayed that idea.

“I just feel like we go out there every day and try to get better,” he said. “I think we’re a great group. We have some great guys out there. Myself, Terrell, the young guys, Kenny, Antrel. I think we all have played some good ball. We all have been around for a while. I think we know what it takes and what we need to do to be a good secondary and I think we’ll move in and do things in the right direction.”

Webster also said it doesn’t matter to him if he makes the Pro Bowl or not.

“As long as I go out there and just try and get better and better every day, I think everything else will take care of itself,” he said.

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