Umenyiora will retire as a Giant on Wednesday afternoon.
New York is where Umenyiora made his reputation, racking up 75 sacks in 129 games across nine seasons.
He was a part of two Super Bowl winners, and a first-team All Pro in 2005. Including his time in Atlanta, he retires the owner of 85 sacks. Per Graziano, Umenyiora and the G-Men are discussing a "ceremonial one-day contract so he can retire a Giant." Umenyiora had previously said he had "zero" plans to retire, but he's been greeted by crickets in free agency.
His stellar play earned All-Pro recognition and a trip to the Pro Bowl.What do you think Eluemunor’s story means for the growth of the NFL in the U. That’s rare, but it shows that it’s possible and it shows that the game is growing exponentially, and it is going to continue to grow.