Keith Hamilton with the Giants in 2003. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
Our Where Are They Now series continues with former Giants defensive lineman Keith Hamilton. Hamilton played his entire career for the Giants, from 1992 through 2003, and racked up 63 sacks, including a career best 11.5 in 1993. Hamilton had 387 tackles for his career as well. From 1993 on, Hamilton started every game he appeared in--157 of them. In addition, Hamilton's 173 games played ties him for sixth in franchise history with LB Harry Carson. Let's see what Hamilton is up to these days.....
Big Blue View: Where do you live now and what are you up to these days?
Keith Hamilton: I live in Morris County. I own a property management company, and I'm also a full-time dad.
BBV: What is your fondest memory about playing for the Giants?
KH: My fondest memory of playing with the Giants was going to the Super Bowl in 2000.
BBV: Do you still keep in touch with any of your teammates and if so, which one (s)?
KH: I have kept in touch with Jessie Armstead, Christian Peter, Lomas Brown, Ruben Brown, Robert Harris. Also, when I go back to see the games, I get a chance to see a lot of the guys I played with.
BBV: What is the biggest difference between the NFL now and when you played?
KH: The biggest difference between then and now is the rule changes for defensive players and how they can hit the opposing offensive players. They might as well be playing two-hand touch.
BBV: Did you watch the Giants' playoff/Super Bowl run this past season, and if so what impressed you the most about the team?
KH: I did watch the Super Bowl this past year, and I was very impressed with the offensive and defensive line play.