Found November 23, 2011 on T-Rock's Take On The Giants:
PLAYERS: Chris Canty
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Chris Canty was near tears when talking about the anger, frustration and disappointment he felt following the loss to the Eagles on Sunday night. But on Tuesday evening, the Giants’ defensive tackle was smiling widely.
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