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Michael Strahan is tempted to suit up again . . . sometimes
It was just over a year ago that the Giants reached out to Michael Strahan to un-retire in the wake of a season-ending knee injury to Osi Umenyiora.
Strahan said "no" then, so surely he has playing out of his system now, at age 37 and with a season as a Fox analyst under his belt and a sitcom, "Brothers," premiering Sept. 25.
"Watching the first week or so and watching the guys have fun on Sunday, definitely I go, 'Wow, I could still do that,'" he said Tuesday while standing in the Giants' new indoor practice facility.
"There are definitely days I wake up and think, 'Yeah, I'm ready to do this. I can do this. I really feel like playing again.' But I don't know. Thinking about getting hit every day and coming out here every day and practicing and all those things, I don't know.
"I love the physical part of it but I only love it on Sunday. The problem is you can't do it only on Sunday. You have to do it those other days of the week."