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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Mark Herzlich
The NFL game between the Super Bowl champion New York Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday will be played despite transportation and power issues and growing concerns for weary and heartbroken residents displaced and devastated by Superstorm Sandy.
An overview ACC.
Can you hear me now?
The player on the screen was a 6-foot-4, 246-pound bundle of fury, flying across the field in search of another target to attack. Mark Herzlich watched himself over and over again, slamming into opponents, busting up plays and generally creating havoc for the Boston College defense.
A little less than two months ago, Chase Blackburn was considering a career as a substitute middle-school math teacher.
New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning missed part of Wednesday's practice session with an illness that coach Tom Coughlin called "a stomach bug, hopefully a 24-hour deal."
Mark Herzlich's debut as a full-time NFL player was bittersweet.
Cancer survivor Mark Herzlich started at middle linebacker for the New York Giants game against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night, his first action from scrimmage this season.
Hey, kid, too bad you didn't get drafted by the NFL before it went back into lockout mode. Fat chance of being around for opening day.
Mark Herzlich is putting his battle with cancer behind him and looking to a new chapter in his life _ as an NFL player with the New York Giants.
Brandon Meriweather, Tommie Harris and Larry Johnson are former Pro Bowl players now looking for jobs.
The New York Giants gave Boston College linebacker Mark Herzlich a chance to make the team as a free agent and the cancer survivor has made the most of it.
Montel Harris throws back his head and cracks a wide smile.
Tom Coughlin got a new contract extension, Eli Manning made an appearance at training camp, and there was talk Plaxico Burress could end up back with the New York Giants.
Mark Herzlich, the Boston College linebacker who survived cancer, has signed with the New York Giants as a free agent.
"I think it in some ways it does because you have to start all over," Herzlich said comparing the storm and his illness.
"where do I go from here. How do I fight back?," Herzlich said. "How do I regain my possessions? How do I rebuild my life?"