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New York Giants linebacker Aaron Curry believes he can be the impact player the Giants need at linebacker.
“I’m very optimistic about the future,” Curry said, via the New York Daily News.“I really believe I have the ability to be an impact linebacker on this defense. I feel like I can affect each play that I’m in the game.”
Currry explained why he’s had a hard time making an impact so far during his career.
“I wouldn’t say I was physically able to play,” Curry said. “I was being an athlete and compensating for movements and things, so it made it rough. There were some other things that were going on.”
Curry is looking to resurrect his career in New York.
“The goal is to be the best Aaron Curry that I’ve ever been,” he said. “I have a different mindset on life and football and in general, so I think I’ll handle the situation a lot better than I have before.”
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