Kevin Gilbride and Steve Spagnuolo spoke with the media today. Here is a transcript…
Reese Leads Off With Home Run
Of course, the humble Reese refused to take any credit for any of it. "Our scouts did a real nice job of identifying the super class of rooks who came right in and filled some holes for us," Reese told TGI. "Our coaches also did a tremendous job getting them ready to play and they made strong contributions to our Super Bowl run. Hopefully we can duplicate that same kind of production in this year's draft." But since we have the final say here at TGI, we're giving him all the credit. Of course the scouts do their very important part, but Reese ultimately pulled the trigger on all of these rising stars. Here's a closer look. Aaron Ross – He certainly didn't play at all like a rookie in 2007. It took a few games for Ross to work himself into the starting lineup, but once he arrived he wasn't going anywhere. New York's first-round pick started nine games and finished with three interceptions, 53 tackles and 1.5 sacks. By the time the playoffs rolled around the league was already well...
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