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Shaun O'Hara Officially Retires

Former New York Giants center Shaun O'Hara has not played in the NFL since the Giants released him on the eve of training camp in 2011. Today, he made his retirement from the NFL official, joining NFL Network as an analyst.

O'Hara will appear on NFL Total Access, joining former Super Bowl champions Willie McGinest, Heath Evans and Darren Sharper, and hosts Andrew Siciliano, Lindsay Rhodes and Scott Hanson. Airing Monday-Saturday at 7 p.m. ET on NFL Network, NFL Total Access is the NFL's show of record, providing interviews with players and coaches, news reports from NFL Network reporters stationed throughout the league, and plenty of expert analysis and opinion.

An 11-year NFL veteran, O'Hara signed with the Cleveland Browns as an undrafted free agent out of Rutgers in 2000 and played four seasons with the team, starting 38 of 54 games. In 2004, O'Hara joined the Giants as a free agent and played seven seasons in New York, starting all 97 games he played. During his time with the Giants, O'Hara was selected to three Pro Bowls (2008, 2009 & 2010), earned All-Pro honors in 2008 and won a Super Bowl title when the Giants defeated the previously undefeated New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII.