Plaxico Burress Is Making a Smart Decison

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Plaxico Burress Is Making a Smart Decison

This off season for Big Blue has led to much tribulation for some of their players, including Plaxico Burress.  Plax has been seeking a new deal in the Randy Moss- Terrell Owens range of around seven or eight million dollars per year.

Plaxico has told various New York reporters that he will report to camp at SUNY Albany on time with the rest of his veteran teammates.  This is setting the correct precedent to show up to camp instead of trying to negotiate a new deal through the media. 

Shaun O'Hara, who is becoming more and more of a leader, has said that Burress should show up in camp on time and do everything that is asked of him.  This really shows the Giants how committed Plaxico is to the team.

Plaxico is like any WR in the league in that he always wants the ball, but he really is not Prima Donna when it comes to his off the field actions.  He is no TO or Randy Moss, who have both have caused controversy off the field.  Plaxico though, played the entire year not only in pain, but injured. 

Burress really showed off his poise in the Super Bowl--after being shut down after the opening drive, he was still able to score the winning touchdown. New Yorkers will always remember the call by Joe Buck: "Manning lobs it, Burress alone, TOUCHDOWN New York!"

In the NFC title game he roughed up Corner back Al Harris with his 11 catch game.  That game, he seemed to be able to make cuts that a receiver should not be making on a bum ankle. Burress just wants the best for his team, which is for them to win Super Bowls.

Plax deserves a long term extension with the Giants, and he wants to be in NY provided that the Giants take care of him.  This makes sense because the Giants gave him his only Super Bowl title.  He is a threat both over the middle and also down the field for Eli to stretch the offense.

In effect, he is an offensive threat and a vital part of this offense.  And if the Giants keep him happy, he will be here for years to come.

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