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”It’s a good record and it took me a long time to get that,” he said. “It took a lot of work, a lot of work to get that record. So many years I worked my butt off to get it, and I finally got it, and it shouldn’t have been cheapened like it was. It’s like a tarnished record.”
Gastineau said he harbors no ill will toward Favre or Strahan, the former New York Giants star who has become a huge television personality.
”I just want to be recognized for the record,” Gastineau said. “You wouldn’t want your son getting a record like that. I don’t think it’s good for the NFL. It was never good for the NFL, and I’m surprised the NFL didn’t step in.”
Valentine’s View: I didn’t like Favre gifting Strahan with the record, either. Gastineau, though, just comes off as whiny here.
I generally like Chris Trapasso’s work, but Gardner Minshew at No. 6 instead of Daniel Jones? That’s beyond the pale.
There are some interesting points made in here. Oh, and it reminded me that I haven’t updated the ‘Big Blue View rules for draft success” yet, so be looking for that.
I don’t know how realistic this is, but it sure is fun.
Witten could even end up with the Giants. Still, moving on to a new team for a year or two after a long career in one city rarely works out well for anyone. It’s why Eli Manning did the right thing by retiring.
Could another good cornerback be available?
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