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Jul 28, 2012; Albany, NY, USA; New York Giants running back David Wilson (34) during training camp at University Field at SUNY Albany. Mark L. Baer-US PRESSWIRE
Jul 28, 2012; Albany, NY, USA; New York Giants running back David Wilson (34) during training camp at University Field at SUNY Albany. Mark L. Baer-US PRESSWIRE

Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here is your Saturday morning notebook as training camp at UAlbany rolls on.

Giants RB Bradshaw offers advice to rookie - Yahoo! Sports
New York Giants starting running back Ahmad Bradshaw has some advice to first-round draft pick David Wilson:

Drop some of the moves.

Bradshaw said that when he was a rookie, he had a tendency to do a lot of spinning and twisting when he was carrying the ball. He learned his lesson.

''Just with the fresh legs, you feel good and you want to show your talents out there,'' Bradshaw said Friday. ''But everybody knows he's fast and he can make moves. It's just the way he does it, and there are times when it's not even needed.''

Bradshaw said Wilson is doing the same thing.

''He kind of does his own thing: juking and doing a lot of different things, putting a lot of torque on his ankles and knees,'' Bradshaw said. ''So we're trying to teach him how to be a professional, and hold back on some of those things. I'm just trying to bring him along with the information we learn and just different things how we learned it as rookies and coming up as young guys.''

Will Beatty Injury: Back Forces Giants Left Tackle To Sideline - SB Nation New York
Will Beatty, starting left tackle for the New York Giants, missed practice Friday at UAlbany due to issues with his troublesome back. Beatty missed all of OTAs and the mandatory mini-camp due to the back injury, which he originally suffered while training on his own.

Herzlich wants more than roster spot with Giants - Yahoo! Sports
''Well, you never want to watch a Super Bowl and be on the sideline, so that definitely motivated me to come back and be stronger and faster than I was the previous year,'' Herzlich said. ''Watching the Super Bowl was an amazing feeling. I think watching the rest of the playoff games were tough for me because you want to be out there, you want to be playing in those big games. The Super Bowl is the Super Bowl, so you're there and you're loving it no matter what. Still, being on that field is a goal for me, and I think it's a goal for the team to get there again.''

Prince Amukamara readies for breakthrough second year after dealing with criticism as rookie | NJ.com
Has opportunity with Terrell Thomas injured.

New York Giants training camp: Champs never satisfied - NFL.com
A Super Bowl repeat is not out of the question, but the Giants will tell you it takes luck just to get there. As usual, they'll depend on their ferocious, play-making pass rush to cover other defensive deficiencies. Offensively, they'll lean on Manning to lead a still-green receiving corps and look to get out of the NFL cellar in the run game. The Giants are built to make the playoffs. After that? Even they wouldn't pretend to know.

Keith Bulluck Announces Retirement From NFL - NewsChannel5.com | Nashville News, Weather & Sports
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Longtime Titans linebacker Keith Bulluck has officially announced his retirement from the NFL.

Bulluck, who played 10 seasons with the Titans and one season with the New York Giants, signed a contract with the Titans Friday, and will formally submit his retirement to the NFL Saturday.

The 35-year-old was a first-round pick out of Syracuse in 2000 and grew up in New City, N.Y., about 30 miles north of where the Giants play in East Rutherford, N.J.