Originally written on Pro Football Talk  |  Last updated 11/20/14
Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora hasn’t been happy with his current contract, pretty much since the day he signed it. And with $3.975 million due to be paid to Osi in the final year of his contract, teammate Jason Pierre-Paul thinks the team should take care of him. “I think it’s very important,” Pierre-Paul told…
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  • This really pisses me off people FORGET he signed a FRONT LOADED deal. So basiclly said pay me big money now 2 years ago then ill take one for the team and take a drop the final few years. He played great for us but this type of deal drives me crazy. I would love to see him back in NY and we were offered a 2nd rounder for him last year might be time to return a few calls. Say a 2nd rounder with a lower round say 4th or 5th or trade player for player and get someone to bring into the franchise.

    I would love to see him back its the best D-line in the league. The only way they should give him a new deal is if that first year his $$$ salary stays 3.9 and thats why we paid him so much early. Then let his contract go back to say 5.5-6 a year every year.

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