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Michael Strahan Retires!
Written by Shaun Flynn   
Friday, 11 July 2008 01:11
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NEW YORK - After 15 seasons in The NFL, Defensive end Michael Strahan is saying goodbye to the New York Giants. The announcement comes just 4 months after the G-Men sent Tom Brady and the Patriots retreating home to Boston.

Giants players and coaches were informed of his decision while at practice and seemed optimistic about the season ahead.

“We’ll be okay, he’s replaceable,” proclaimed New York coach Tom Coughlin.

Justin Tuck, Strahan's backup at Defensive End, said, “It’s about fucking time.”

Strahan turned down a guaranteed 4 million dollar contract to play next season.
When asked about the Giants offer, Strahan’s agent, Tony Agnone said, “Don't look at me, I told him to take the money."

The 36-year-old Strahan reportedly wants to go into television. Rumor has it that he has offers from Vivid Video and Girls Gone Wild.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 October 2009 15:51
 
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