The No. 93 suits him well.Chase Blackburn had a bag packed and was figuratively waiting by the door because he knew someone would be calling.The backup linebacker and former special teams standout had a few really good workouts for a handful of NFL teams over the last three months.He knew it was only a matter of time.Like a real life Cinderella story, it was his former team on the phone asking him to come back to work and once again Chase Blackburn stepped in and proved he belongs in the NFL.Blackburn is nothing fancy…just a football player who comes to work every day, busts his ass and competes. After being released by the Giants this year it was very fitting to see Blackburn make a fantastic interception on an Aaron Rodgers pass.Rodgers never saw Blackburn as he stepped in front of pass intended for Greg Jennings. It was only Rodgers’ fifth interception of the season. Two plays later, Brandon Jacobs leaped into the end zone from a yard out to give the Giants a 17-14 lead.He doesn’t have elite speed or top-of-the-food-chain talent, he never did. Originally signed as a rookie free agent by the Giants in 2005 from the University of Akron, Chase has played middle linebacker, strong- and weak-side outside linebacker and was a first-team alternate for the Pro Bowl in 2008 at weak-side linebacker. With a nose for special teams, Chase made the Giants’ 53-man roster out of training camp as a rookie free agent and led the team in special teams tackles every year.Sunday night he was even making defensive signal calls. One may ask themselves why the linebacker was let go in the first place.