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Giants to Strahan: No more cash
The Giants have already gone as far as they plan to go to convince Michael Strahan to emerge from hibernation and resume his NFL career. They will not renegotiate his contract and will not keep asking him to come back. The next move is up to him. "We're not going to beg him to come in," co-owner John Mara said yesterday. "I think we've expressed to him pretty clearly we want him to come in. We're a better team with him on the field. But he's got to make this decision, ultimately."

I've been a Giant's fan since the early Yankee Stadium days, and I've seen it all from this management which has remained the same for all of these years..

 

This time their obstinance won't amount to much..

In the end, it won't matter what Stray Ham or the over-rated Tiki did.. It all will come down to whether Eli turns into the new Payton, or continues on his present course as the 2nd coming of Joey Harrington.. This and only this will determine what kind of year the Gmen have..

 

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