Posted July 27, 2013 on nyg.scout.com
"Andre Brown has played the underdog role since he joined the league in 2009 and continues to play it during New York Giants training camp. Can Brown beat out the likes of David Wilson and take the place of fan favorite Ahmad Bradshaw? Find out the latest from The Giants Beat, live at training camp.
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