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MICHAEL STRAHAN RUMORS

Michael Strahan's Impact Still Felt Seven Years Later

It was seven years ago yesterday that Michael Strahan walked away from the New York Giants and the NFL and into retirement. Since his departure from the sport of football, Strahan has become a media personality, hosting day-time talk shows, working studio shows and the like. However, even seven years later, he still remains perhaps the greatest Giant of this latest generation; the...
Via Pro Football Spot
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Greatest Giant of All-Time: Defense 2 vs. 7: Michael Strahan vs. Leonard Marshall

Michael StrahanDespite retiring only 8 years ago, Strahan can already be considered one of the greatest Giants of all time. Drafted in the second round in 1993 out of Texas Southern, Strahan was greatly overlooked. However, he proved everyone wrong.In 15 seasons in the league—all of which with the Giants—he accumulated countless accolades. He was named to the Pro Bowl seven times...
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April 01, 2015  |  Discuss

SEE: Hall of Fame sells misspelled Strahan T-shirts

Former New York Giants star defensive end Michael Strahan had an incredibly successful NFL career. In 15 seasons (1993-2007), the former second round pick (No. 40 overall) out of Texas Southern racked up 141.5 sacks (fifth most in NFL history) with four interceptions, 14 forced fumbles and 429 tackles (and tackles weren’t even recorded until his ninth season in 2001). The four...
Via Gridiron Grit
August 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Michael Strahan’s Hall of Fame bust unveiled, and it’s perfect

There was at least some intrigue regarding former New York Giants defensive end and 2014 Pro Football Hall of Famer Michael Strahan’s bust. There is one physical trademark we have all come to know and love the beloved icon by: the gap between his two front teeth. Make no mistake about it, the Pro Football Hall of Fame did not fail to deliver: Looks like they got the gap in the...
Via cover32 - Giants
August 02, 2014  |  Discuss

News & Notes: Quiet day for the Giants as the offseason gets underway

Today’s reads The best Giants tweets from Super Bowl XLVIII Michael Strahan elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Top quarterbacks in the 2014 NFL Draft   Warren Sapp begs for forgiveness Just a few days removed from stating that Michael Strahan’s “resume didn’t stack up” for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the fellow Hall of Fame defensive player admitted on NFL GameDay...
Via cover32 - Giants
February 03, 2014  |  Discuss
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