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Andrews career got off to a rough start after the Philadelphia Eagles made him a first round pick in 2004.
He was named a starter then proceeded to break his leg on opening day and miss the rest of the year as the Eagles went on to lose in the Super Bowl.
Andrews missed just one regular season game the next three years and was named to the Pro Bowl in two of them.
He did hurt his neck in a 2006 playoff game and was rushed to a hospital, where he was found to be fine.
Andrews missed 17 days of training camp in 2008 citing depression.
He came back for the start of the regular season but hurt his back in the second game and missed the rest of the year.
He then missed the entire 2009 regular season after hurting his back again in training camp. The Eagles then released him.
The New York Giants recently gave him a six-year contract worth $32.5 million to be a backup behind incumbent starter Rich Seubert.