It is appearing more and more like Giants all-time sack leader Michael Strahan is going to retire and call it a career instead of coming back to the Giants in 2008. Strahan appeared on Fox & Friends Tuesday, and said he has yet to make up his mind on coming back. On NFL Radio on Sirius today, LB Antonio Pierce said he feels that Strahan will retire, as he said he’s done all he ever set out to do, ending last season with a Super Bowl ring.
Strahan has told Giants GM Jerry Reese that he is not ready to decide about his future, but that he won’t do what he did last season, which was sit out training camp and joined the team before the first game of the season. Strahan is now 36. Last season he played in all 16 regular season games and every playoff game, totalling 57 tackles, 9 sacks and one forced fumble.