• Giants Give Once-Heralded Aaron Curry a Chance

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated May 23, 2013
    The fourth overall selection in the 2009 NFL Draft, Aaron Curry has already played and been released by two teams. Curry acknowledged he did not always play at full speed if a defensive call came in that he did not feel played to his strengths. In a candid interview with the media during Wednesday’s off-season team activities, Curry addressed the hurdles he’s faced early on in his career, explaining when it came to his professional football career he simply wasn’t motivated. “I think earlier in my career I was real selfish and self-centered … I was more about me than the Seahawks.” A first-round pick especially the No. 4 overall is expected to have an immediate impact.
    Source: nytimes.com
    • Candidly, Aaron Curry discusses his career shortcomings

      Sam Spiegelman, Contributor The fourth overall selection in the 2009 NFL Draft, Aaron Curry has already played and been released by two teams. With the Giants, he has a chance to not only shed the “bust” label but revive his career - perhaps a last-
  • Aaron Curry: I was selfish and self-centered in Seattle

    When linebacker Aaron Curry went fourth overall to the Seahawks in the 2009 draft, analysts hailed the Seahawks for selecting a player who was considered the safest bet for stardom at the top of that year’s draft. Things never worked out that way. Curry

Related Articles

Related Teams

Giants News and Rumors
Seahawks News and Rumors
Raiders News and Rumors