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Big Blue View Feb 25, 2015
New York Giants headlines for Wednesday, 2/25. Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here is your morning report for this still much too cold for late February Wednesday. Giants Free Agency Antrel Rolle may or may not be back with the Giants. He certainly is doing a good job campaigning on social media, however. I really do appreciate all the love. Can't tell you all how much it means to me. But I can... http://t.co/glPNSAk1j9 pic.twitter.com/ASvQhbQED1 — Antrel Rolle (@antrelrolle26) February 24, 2015 Osi Umenyiora does not want to retire. He would like to return to the Giants, but in...
The Falcoholic Feb 24, 2015
Fact: Osi Umenyiora's iPhone never loses its charge Osi Umenyiora announced his intent to retire after the 2014 season at a Troy football game last fall. He'd be "hanging up his cleats," as they say. It'd been a wonderful career, one any player could be proud of. But when the season ended, he didn't file retirement papers. In fact, he didn't give us any indication the Falcons' week 17 loss to the Panthers was the last game he'd play. We've been left to wonder what the Falcons would do with Umenyiora all off-season. His re-signing seemed unlikely, but heck, he could make it easy on them...
New York Daily News Feb 24, 2015
Osi Umenyiora started his career with the Giants. And despite his many ups and downs with that franchise, he wants to retire a Giant.
Big Blue View Feb 24, 2015
Former Giants defensive end not planning to retire. Could Osi Umenyiora be headed toward a reunion with the New York Giants? The defensive end, who spent the last two seasons with the Atlanta Falcons after nine years with the Giants, says he has "zero plans to retire at this moment." Umenyiora added that he would like to retire as a Giant. Umenyiora, who will be 34 in November, is a free agent. Naturally, his free agency and the fact that Steve Spagnuolo has returned as the Giants defensive coordinator, has led to speculation that a Umenyiora-Giants reunion could happen. Is that something...
Newark Star-Ledger Feb 24, 2015
He also happens to be a free agent. Hmmmmm.
New York Post Feb 24, 2015
Osi Umenyiora never wanted to leave the Giants, but he did. After two seasons with the Falcons, Umenyiora is set to become a free agent and he does not want...
Giants Blog | ESPN New York Feb 24, 2015
So our man in Atlanta, Vaughn McClure, has this today from former New York Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora. Osi says he'd like to keep playing football, and with his contract up and free agency two weeks away, I guess he felt it was time to make sure everybody knew that. He is 33 years old and hasn't been a full-time player for some time, but he's always been able to rush the passer and it's not crazy to think he might be able to contribute as a pass-rusher in the right situation.
The Falcoholic Feb 12, 2015
Despite a lackluster two seasons in Atlanta, Osi Umenyiora still may provide some value as a situational pass-rusher. For the next four weeks, I’ll be posting a weekly feature about upcoming free agents on the Falcons. This feature will be looking at the play of the respective players from the last two seasons. Then, I’ll give a brief outlook on the upside and downside of keeping him around. In the end, a final decision will be made on the free agent in the quest towards rebuilding Atlanta's horrid defense. Osi Umenyiora will be my first choice, as he’s arguably the most intriguing...