The New York Giants contacted the agent of their legendary future Hall of Famer lineman Michael Strahan during his vacation in Greece, who earlier turned down a $6 million offer from the team to work on Fox Sports’ NFL pregame show. Strahan, who has yet to respond, had no intent of pulling a Brett Favre when retiring, and reiterated his happiness of his decision over the course of the off-season.
At the moment the Giants have moved Mathias Kiwanuka, who was drafted in 2006 to replace a then injured Strahan, to pair with Justin Tuck on the defensive line. With Umenyiora and Strahan as the starting ends and Tuck as a developing end/tackle hybrid Kiwanuka was moved from his natural position to strong side linebacker to keep him on the field.
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