“I’ve been working hard since March looking forward to the season and working with Eli [Manning] the whole summer for no reason,” Hagan said. “I had a two-month layoff, but I’m back now and definitely happy to be back.”
The Giants’ already dire injury woes along the offensive line may have gotten worse, with Shawn Andrews missing practice yesterday due to a sore back. It’s an ominous sign since a pair of back surgeries led to him getting released in Philadelphia, where the Giants play Sunday — perhaps without their left tackle.
“Michael Vick is very good at what he does, but he has some losses in his loss column,” he said. “He’s lost some games. If you are unstoppable, I would assume that you’ve never lost a football game. You know what I mean? That’s my answer.”
The Giants were all impressed by Vick’s masterpiece in Washington and they expressed great respect. But they made it clear that they are not intimidated by the man who wears No. 7 and a tinted visor and looks a lot like the best player in the NFL at the moment.