Jesse Palmer earned fame this offseason by starring in the TV reality show, The Bachelor. Now he's focused on earning a backup QB role with the Giants. "Ideally, [The Bachelor] is a footnote somewhere along the way," Palmer told the Florida Times-Union. "I'd much rather be remembered for this game that I've been playing since I was 7 years old than a TV show that I did for two months. Football is my passion." Palmer, who started three games for New York in Kerry Collins' absence last season, is no lock to make the Giants' roster. The team traded for No. 1 pick Eli Manning, signed Kentucky's Jared Lorenzen and is expected to sign another veteran before training camp.
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