Domenik Hixon – He's really stepped up and played very well in Plaxico Burress' absence. What a great acquisition.
Kevin Boss – Has done very, very well in camp after being thrust into the starting tight end spot. Simply put, he catches just about everything.
Fred Robbins – Everyone in Albany, including the wait staff at lunch, has had nothing but great things to say about the leaner, trimmer Robbins.
Kenny Phillips – It didn't take him long to work his way into receiving some reps with the first team.
Reuben Droughns – He's looked fantastic during camp. He's running with much more purpose and appears lighter and faster.
Danny Clark – He sure moves around the field very well and seems to be a big hit with his teammates and the media so far.
Shane Olivea – With his problems hopefully buried in the past, Olivea just comes out and works hard – every snap of every drill.
James Butler – We keep trying to get him out of the starting lineup and he keeps making plays to justify his spot.
Darcy Johnson – Here's hoping the talented Johnson can lose the inhibitions that appear to be holding him back from busting out.
Andre' Woodson – We can't bury a rookie this early, but it sure would be nice to see something positive out of him, anything.
Michael Jennings – He seems to be slipping in the battle for the reserve WR spots. He might have beaten the Giants odds for the last time.
Mario Manningham – After missing time due to injury during rookie minicamp, he's been on the sideline more than the field so far.
Nate Robinson/Terrance Stringer – The first two casualties of camp.
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