http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/5836926 ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - The post-concussion headaches that three-time Pro Bowl tight end Jeremy Shockey was experiencing Tuesday seemingly were of no concern to New York Giants safeties Gibril Wilson and Will Demps. When a receiver comes into the middle of New York's secondary, they are going to pay a price this season. Unfortunately for Shockey, he was the one to take a shot from Demps on Monday night, and it forced him to miss practice on Tuesday with a mild concussion. Demps downplayed the collision, saying that both players were going for the pass thrown by Eli Manning and that there was contact. Replays showed Demps' elbow hitting Shockey's facemask, sending the receiver hard to the ground, where he lay for about a minute. When he got up, Shockey pointed angrily to Demps, who signed with New York in the offseason after four seasons in Baltimore. "I was going for the ball and the outcome, you guys saw it," Demps said. "We met at the same time. If it was one of those ones where I really wanted to hit him, I could, but why would I want to do that?" Demps said he tried to ask Shockey how he was immediately after the play was over, but the flamboyant tight end seemed to ignore him. Two plays later, the evening practice ended and Shockey threw his helmet in disgust. A day later, Demps felt there was no need to say he was sorry. "We were both going for a play," Demps said. "It is what it is. It's a mild concussion. It's football."