"It's almost like every year there is one position which is always hurt on any team," said Hagan, who was cut at the end of training camp. "It was the DBs last year. It's unfortunate, but injuries happen in this game and you have to have guys who can come in and play right away. Obviously, the team brought me back for a reason, to help this team win and I got to do what I got to do to get this victory."
Hagan, who has caught 13 passes since re-signing with the Giants four games ago, said it's all hands on deck for the injury-ravaged wide receiver corps.