It had to happen, even if by mistake. A defensive back falls down. The game is decided and the…
Sadly, Hilliard sent packing
Hilliard, slowed by seven surgeries during his career, appeared to have lost a step last season, and clearly is lacking the burner speed New York coach Tom Coughlin covets. As a result, one of the toughest, most popular receivers in Giants history is a Giant no longer. Hilliard joined the Giants as a first-round draft choice in 1997 (seventh overall pick) and in eight seasons he caught 368 passes, the fourth-highest total in the 80-year history of the franchise. Frank Gifford caught 367 passes. Hilliard's 4,630 yards place him seventh in club history and his 27 touchdowns tie him for ninth. He is sixth in Giants history with eight 100-yard games. "I'm proud of what I've been able to do for eight years," Hilliard said. "I gave everything that I could possibly give. I wish I could have given more to possibly still be there. But in this business people move around so much. "I don't have...
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