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    I guess Deon Grant is gone too.

    He got his ring and he's probably not motivated to put in the work at his age anymore.

    So many holes to fill.

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    Re: I guess Deon Grant is gone too.

    he may retire. I see coaching in his future.....
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    Re: I guess Deon Grant is gone too.

    He should retire and stay with Giants as an assistant to break into coaching. I will always admire that Deon Grant turned down Philadelphia Eagles for more money to wait for NY Giants to resign him.


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    Re: I guess Deon Grant is gone too.

    I hope he retires and goes out on top. His personality and passion will be missed though.

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    Re: I guess Deon Grant is gone too.

    I liked the Grant signing in 2010, and loved it in 2011. Awesome dude, great attitude to go with it.

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    Re: I guess Deon Grant is gone too.

    Would still take him back for another year unless we are sure someone like Sash is ready to step up. For his cap level he has been brilliant this year.

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    Re: I guess Deon Grant is gone too.

    his importance to the team goes so far beyond the stats. He's was one of the critical cogs in keeping the defense running, especially with all the injuries, and rookies pitching in. Cagey veteran presence like his cannot be overstated.

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    Re: I guess Deon Grant is gone too.

    Yeah I'd say it's a given that he's done, which is cool. Happy he got a ring here. I can't wait to see what we do this offseason/draft.

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    Re: I guess Deon Grant is gone too.

    If he retires, I am sure he can be a great motivational speaker in the locker room if we need a Strahan speech!
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    Re: I guess Deon Grant is gone too.

    [quote user="buffyblue"]He should retire and stay with Giants as an assistant to break into coaching. I will always admire that Deon Grant turned down Philadelphia Eagles for more money to wait for NY Giants to resign him.[/quote].


    I agree with you . That kind of " team " thinking is why we are in the position we are today. Go GIANTS!!!!

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