The annual contract drama that surrounded Osi Umenyiora before the Giants defensive end signed a restructured contract Friday appeared well in the past during his first field session of Monday’s organized team activity.
Osi Umenyiora fired his longtime agent and is prepared to represent himself.
Contract talks between Osi Umenyiora and the Giants remained deadlocked, the two-time Pro Bowl defensive end said on Thursday. Doctors gave Umenyiora the go-ahead to practice — but will he?
The Giants’ training camp drama with Osi Umenyiora may soon be over. But first, the unhappy defensive end will make a trip to Atlanta this week for a second opinion on his “sore” left knee.
By now, we all know Giants star Osi Umenyiora wants a re-tooled contract. Despite the unhappiness of his defensive end, team co-owner John Mara thinks everything will end up hunky-dory.
There’s clearly been a bit of a thawing in the icy contract dispute between the Giants and Osi Umenyiora. Is it enough to get him back on the field?
The Giants said Osi Umenyiora sat out Thursday’s practice “because he says he has a sore knee.” And according to the New York Post, Umenyiora “has told the Giants he may need knee surgery.”
Go ahead and try to track the latest stock market reports, because that’s the kind of training you’d need to make sense out of the ongoing Osi Umenyiora saga at Giants training camp.
The Giants giveth and the Giants taketh away. In an e-mail sent Wednesday to Osi Umenyiora’s agent Tony Agnone, the Giants ordered him to cease speaking to other teams about a trade, which would require that the Giants receive a first-round draft pick as compensation.