Michael Boley pursuing Michael Vick.
Fans may feel the absence of Michael Boley in training camp and with the first couple signs of adversity, but he will be forgotten soon afterwards.
It's like former Giant Chris Canty told me back in early February when he was still a Giant himself: It's now or never for these young guys to step up.
Well they're not young anymore. They're not young anymore. They've got to come up and they've got to step up and they've got to play. They got to perform. You can only ride that young label out, or that potential label out for so long. You got to step up to the plate and you got to perform, and that goes for everybody on our football team. We can't rest on our laurels, we can't rest on past accomplishments. We got to have that hunger in our bellies again.
Aside from Mathias Kiwanuka's veteran presence, Jacquian Williams, Spencer Paysinger, Keith Rivers and Mark Herzlich all have legitimate chances to separate themselves from the crowded middle in 2013.
The recent signing of Dan Connor, formerly of the Dallas Cowboys, will also aid in quickly forgetting about Boley.