From one storied franchise to another, Mundy brings a championship mentality from Pittsburgh to New York, where he will battle behind Antrel Rolle
and Stevie Brown
, who had his own breakout year in 2012 with eight interceptions. Mundy is no stranger to working his way up a depth chart, having played behind safeties Troy Polamalu and Ryan Clark with the Steelers. Now it’s time for Mundy to take what he learned from those Pro Bowl safeties and run with it in the Giants’ secondary.
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