FOXSports.com's Jay Glazer reports that Michael Strahan has decided to stay retired.
The agent for Michael Strahan confirmed that returning to the Giants is "something (his client) is thinking about."
The Giants have begun contract negotiations with Michael Strahan, according to the New York Daily News.
The New York Daily News reports that Michael Strahan would return to the Giants for $8 million.
NFL Network's Adam Schefter contacted Michael Strahan Sunday about a potential return to football, and Strahan wouldn't rule it out.
"Multiple sources" say Michael Strahan is doubtful to come out of retirement to play for the Giants, according to the NY Daily News.
Michael Strahan's agent denies his client has had talks with the Giants about Strahan potentially making a return.
Giants coach Tom Coughlin admitted that the subject of pursuing Michael Strahan has come up in the wake of Osi Umenyoria's season-ending knee injury.
Michael Strahan will join Fox's Sunday pregame show.
FoxSports.com's Jay Glazer reports that Michael Strahan has decided to retire.
According to ESPN's John Clayton, "most people believe Giants defensive end Michael Strahan will retire before the start of training camp."
According to two sources familiar with the situation, Giants DE Michael Strahan wants $8 million next season if he decides to play again.
Michael Strahan says he's "pretty much" decided whether he'll play in 2008, but isn't ready to tell the media.
Michael Strahan recently visited the Giants' practice facility to work out.