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    Jayron Hosley confident he'll be ready for season opener

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    Excerpt: "Yesterday, Jayron Hosley was out of his walking boot for the first time since injuring his toe against the New York Jets in the Giants' second preseason game. Today, he was back to running for the first time.

    Hosley was diagnosed with turf toe, a painful injury that can potentially hamper him throughout the season, did some running and backpedaling out in the rain while his teammates were inside practicing. There's still some pain, but the rookie cornerback has seen and felt progress.

    "It's definitely getting better," Hosley said. "The soreness went down a lot. Now I'm just trying to find a good move for my foot as far as cleats and things like that. I think I'll be good." Read more...
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    We need him on the field ASAP, the jump from NCAA to NFL for a CB is a tough one and we could use all the help we could get in the 2ndary
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    He looked good on the field and I think he can be a very good asset on the field if he can be back for the season opener. Good luck on it Hosley

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    Hope this injury doesn't linger on.. really lookin forward to see this kid on the field

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    good news as long as he does not re-aggravate it before then
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    Taken with an unbelievably huge "grain of salt".
    I have never once heard a player say "theres no way I will be able to go".

    Truth is...the more i hear the word "confident" when it comes to injuries on this team... the more pessimistic i become.

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    he'll be ready

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    Encouraging news, the kids got talent.
    No one remembers who came in second.

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    when a corner, especially rookie shows as much promise as he has you need to get him healthy and on the field.

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