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ALBANY - Antonio Pierce can breathe a lot easier right about now.

He was not indicted on any gun-possession charges and is now free to focus his full attention on training camp in Albany. Pierce, who testified before the grand jury last week, has not yet spoken publicly since his arrival for camp. You can bet he won't mind chatting anymore, now that this good news has come down.

However, the news was no so good for Pierce's buddy and former teammate. Plaxico Burress was indicted on two counts of 2nd degree criminal possession of a weapon and one count of 2nd degree reckless endangerment.

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