Giants safety Stevie Brown says he's 100 percent

Safety coming off torn ACL Aaron Wilson

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New York Giants safety Stevie Brown insists he's 100 percent after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament last year and missing the entire season.

He's expecting to practice with no restrictions during the preseason.

"It's not a thing at all," Brown told the New York Daily News. "I trust it 100 percent. I'll probably go every single day (in training camp). But I have to listen to the trainers and coaches."

The Giants need a lot from Brown after cutting Will Hill after he was suspended for violating the NFL drug policy again.

In 2012, Brown had eight interceptions, 75 tackles and two forced fumbles.

"I've still gotta take my first hit," Brown said. "But other than that, I'm good."

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun

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