Linebacker Andy Selfridge played for the Giants for three seasons--1974, 1975, and 1977. He was originally drafted by the Chargers, and began his pro career with Buffalo in 1972, and played in one game for the Dolphins in 1976. Selfridge played mostly on special teams, but did play 14 games at linebacker in 1974. We caught up with him via our five questions series with former Giants:
Big Blue View: Where do you live now and what are you up to these days?
Andy Selfridge: I live in Charlottesville, Virginia, and I am a Development Officer at the University of Virginia since 1993
BBV: What is your fondest memory about playing for the Giants?
AS: My fondest memories are the friendships I made as a player with my teammates, and the chance to represent the New York Giants both on and off the field for five years.
BBV: Do you still keep in touch with any of your teammates and if so, which one (s)?
AS: I still stay in touch with Brian Kelley and George Martin. Unfortunately, I, like a lot of us, lost a good friend when Brad Van Pelt passed away.
BBV: What is the biggest difference between the NFL now and when you played?
AS: The biggest differences: rule changes, size of players, and obviously, THE MONEY
BBV: Did you watch the Giants' playoff/Super Bowl run this past season, and if so what impressed you the most about the team?
AS: Yes---mostly the ability to make the big play when it counted the most....