Albany's Super Bowl MVP moving past Big Game

It's true Albany's Super Bowl MVP Deion Branch won't ever forget his most recent NFL loss. The sting of a Super Bowl defeat never goes away, but the Patriot receiver says his team has rebounded this summer.

Branch is back in Albany this weekend and moving past the 21-17 defeat to the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLVI. The Super Bowl XXXIX MVP was pleased with the work his teammates put in at mini-camp.

Now, that heartbreaking loss is creating midsummer motivation.

"The losses are what's going to stick with you because you sit back and look at all the work that you put inâ|the blood, sweat and tears that you did with your teammates...your brothers. Every year somebody's going to go through this...unfortunately it was us this year. Now, it's all about how we're going to bounce back," Branch said.

Branch spoke about healthy lifestyles choices and fitness on Friday at Phoebe Putney's Health Works facility. The wide receiver concludes his appearances in the "Good Life City" Saturday with his annual Skills and Drills camp.

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