Found December 26, 2012 on thepigskinreport.com:
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When the New York Giants face the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 17 of the 2012 NFL season, they will do so with their playoff chances being on life support. The Giants need to not only defeat the Eagles, but need losses from the Chicago Bears, Dallas Cowboys and Minnesota Vikings. They also may be preparing to play with Osi Umenyiora on their team for the final time. “Is there a high probability that I am going to be playing somewhere else?” Umenyiora asked on a conference call with reporters, according to ESPN. “I would say there is a high probability, and that is just me being honest. I am not certain of what is going to happen. Anything can happen. “We can get into the playoffs,” Umenyiora continued. “Anything is possible. But it’s a high probability that I’m going to be playing somewhere else and I think everybody knows that. Let’s not kid ourselves.” The defensive end has been at the center of trade talks for the past few seasons, and will be seeking a new contract following this...
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