Sinorice Moss said he didn't know why he was the only active player not to play in St. Louis, or why in his third year he's still the team's most forgotten man. "I mean, honestly, I don't know what to think about it," Moss told the Daily News Friday. "I'm going to keep working and stay positive, like I've been since Day 1. And when that times come, just be a humble person and go out there and shine." Still, it's not clear what Moss' future with the Giants is. He was a second-round pick out of Miami in 2006. In fact, the Giants wanted the 5-8 speedster so much they traded up in that round to get him. Unfortunately for him, a quad injury suffered at the combine before he was drafted lingered all summer and effectively ruined his rookie year.
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