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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | January 25, 2001
TAMPA, Fla. - Michael Strahan made his debut at a Super Bowl last year in Atlanta. Though he had gone to the festivities leading up to the game throughout his eight-year career with the New York Giants, Strahan had never actually been inside the stadium while it was being played. "I couldn't bring myself to do it," he said earlier this week. Strahan went to the Georgia Dome to watch the St. Louis Rams play the Tennessee Titans at the insistence of his wife, Jean. The down-to-the-wire victory by the Rams proved to be all Strahan could handle.
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By David Steele | June 15, 2008
After that debacle in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, Kobe Bryant might maintain his well-publicized stance of trusting his teammates tonight. But don't hold your breath. As the Lakers face elimination, it bears repeating: I wonder how things would be if Bryant had decided to trust his teammates when Shaquille O'Neal was one of them instead of Pau Gasol. It's the nature of the game, but after all the reminders of the greatness of Jonathan Ogden, consider this about this year's Ravens: Is who starts at quarterback really a bigger deal than who starts at left tackle?
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August 3, 2007
Good morning -- Michael Strahan -- Would that costly divorce have anything to do with you wanting a new contract?
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February 3, 2008
Jamison Hensley Someone tell the Giants that it's best to sneak up on a heavily favored team. With Tom Brady, the Patriots will do all their talking on the field. Patriots, 34-17 Edward Lee Brett Favre, Tony Romo, Jeff Garcia. Tom Brady becomes the latest in the line of quarterbacks stymied by Big Blue's defense. Michael Strahan and Osi Umenyiora torment Brady into three interceptions, and the Giants celebrate with their third Super Bowl championship. Giants, 23-21 Rick Maese The score would be even more lopsided, but I'm predicting Bill Belichick's hidden cameras lose power when the halftime show blows up circuits in the press box. Patriots, 38-13 Don Markus This sound familiar?
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November 3, 2003
The number25 Consecutive field goals made by Colts' Mike Vander jagt The quote "It's actually sad in a way to see the looks on their faces after they fought back and played as hard as they did." Michael Strahan, Giants defensive end, on beating the Jets
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 4, 1999
Michael Strahan, the Giants defensive end who recently got a four-year, $32 million deal with a $12 million signing bonus, has some advice for the Ravens in their contract talks with Michael McCrary."
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February 3, 2008
Jamison Hensley Someone tell the Giants that it's best to sneak up on a heavily favored team. With Tom Brady, the Patriots will do all their talking on the field. Patriots, 34-17 Edward Lee Brett Favre, Tony Romo, Jeff Garcia. Tom Brady becomes the latest in the line of quarterbacks stymied by Big Blue's defense. Michael Strahan and Osi Umenyiora torment Brady into three interceptions, and the Giants celebrate with their third Super Bowl championship. Giants, 23-21 Rick Maese The score would be even more lopsided, but I'm predicting Bill Belichick's hidden cameras lose power when the halftime show blows up circuits in the press box. Patriots, 38-13 Don Markus This sound familiar?
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September 19, 2005
Saints (1-0) @ Giants (1-0) Time, TV, Line -- 7:30 p.m., chs. 2, 7 (game switches to ESPN at 9 p.m.), Giants by 3 1/2 . Trends -- This is the first of the Saints' home-away-from-home games. The good news is they've been a better road team than home team under coach Jim Haslett. Attractions -- RB Deuce McAllister (left) will be a lot tougher for the Giants to stop than Arizona rookie J.J. Arrington was a week ago. The availability of DE Michael Strahan (back spasms) also is problematic for New York.
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By David Steele | June 15, 2008
After that debacle in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, Kobe Bryant might maintain his well-publicized stance of trusting his teammates tonight. But don't hold your breath. As the Lakers face elimination, it bears repeating: I wonder how things would be if Bryant had decided to trust his teammates when Shaquille O'Neal was one of them instead of Pau Gasol. It's the nature of the game, but after all the reminders of the greatness of Jonathan Ogden, consider this about this year's Ravens: Is who starts at quarterback really a bigger deal than who starts at left tackle?
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July 23, 2006
Mr. Flip, who strongly believes in the sanctity of marriage (except when a Ravens fan goes out of species to marry a Steelers fan), has frankly been troubled by the assault on the honorable estate this NFL offseason. We pause first to lament the end of the nuptials of New York Giants defensive lineman Michael Strahan and his former blushing bride, Jean, whose seven-year union came to an official end Thursday in a New Jersey court. Say this for the Strahans, who have twin 20-month-old daughters: They know how to make their divorce proceedings entertaining.
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By Newsday | January 22, 2008
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- This was the emotional state of the NFC champion New York Giants yesterday: excited, giddy, proud, determined, happy. And exhausted. "This is the best exhausted feeling that I've ever had in eight years of playing this game," wide receiver Plaxico Burress said. "But it was a good exhausted. I'm still a little tired from the flight and getting in here late. But it was worth it." You think? The Giants survived the bitter cold of Lambeau Field on Sunday night and beat the Green Bay Packers in the NFC championship game, 23-20, in overtime, on Lawrence Tynes' 47-yard field goal.
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August 3, 2007
Good morning -- Michael Strahan -- Would that costly divorce have anything to do with you wanting a new contract?
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By Alex Marvez and Alex Marvez,South Florida Sun-Sentinel | December 10, 2006
Ten items causing buzz around the NFL: One Martin Gramatica -- The kicker capped his Dallas debut with a 46-yard field goal with one second left to give the Cowboys a 23-20 win over the Giants last week. He replaced Mike Vanderjagt, who was released Nov. 27. Gramatica said Vanderjagt called after the game to congratulate him. Two Willis McGahee -- The Bills running back has rushed for 538 yards and four touchdowns in his past four games against the Jets, giving him ammunition in his trash-talking battle with New York linebacker Jonathan Vilma, his former college teammate at Miami.
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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | August 12, 2006
Steve McNair's 6-yard touchdown scamper notwithstanding, perhaps the most positive sign from the Ravens' 17-16 preseason loss to the New York Giants last night was the revival of their running game. Any questions about Jamal Lewis' recovery from a dreadful 2005 season were answered by a 5-yard gain up the middle on the Ravens' first offensive play. Any reservations about Musa Smith's health after an injury-hampered three-year stint were wiped away when he compiled 41 yards on his first two carries, including a 37-yard run down the right sideline.
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July 23, 2006
Mr. Flip, who strongly believes in the sanctity of marriage (except when a Ravens fan goes out of species to marry a Steelers fan), has frankly been troubled by the assault on the honorable estate this NFL offseason. We pause first to lament the end of the nuptials of New York Giants defensive lineman Michael Strahan and his former blushing bride, Jean, whose seven-year union came to an official end Thursday in a New Jersey court. Say this for the Strahans, who have twin 20-month-old daughters: They know how to make their divorce proceedings entertaining.
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September 19, 2005
Saints (1-0) @ Giants (1-0) Time, TV, Line -- 7:30 p.m., chs. 2, 7 (game switches to ESPN at 9 p.m.), Giants by 3 1/2 . Trends -- This is the first of the Saints' home-away-from-home games. The good news is they've been a better road team than home team under coach Jim Haslett. Attractions -- RB Deuce McAllister (left) will be a lot tougher for the Giants to stop than Arizona rookie J.J. Arrington was a week ago. The availability of DE Michael Strahan (back spasms) also is problematic for New York.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | September 30, 2004
When asked about watching film, Terrell Suggs didn't deliver the expected answer, providing a spin he usually reserves for offensive lines. Instead of following the routine of breaking down opposing tackles, the Ravens' outside linebacker spends his free time analyzing fellow pass rushers like Tampa Bay's Simeon Rice, the New York Jets' John Abraham and Green Bay's Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila. So, does he ever dissect tackles, even during a week in which he will face nine-time Pro Bowl lineman Willie Roaf?
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