• Deon Grant to retire as a Giant

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Aug 7, 2013
    Super Bowl champion Deon Grant will retire as a Giant. "I want to retire as a Giant," Grant said in a team release. ‘I want to retire as a Giant,” Grant said in a press release. Which is why Grant, an 11-year NFL veteran who played for four teams, announced Wednesday that he would retire as a Giant. His effect can still be felt on the current team, and I offer this post figuring Giants fans would smile when they read his name today because of how sweet those championship memories still are. Deon Grant, a beloved member of the New York Giants' 2011 Super Bowl team, retired Wednesday as a member of the team. A few days later, the Giants did re-sign Grant. Grant's not a Hall of Fame player, or a Ring of Honor candidate.
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      Deon Grant, a beloved member of the New York Giants' 2011 Super Bowl team, retired Wednesday as a member of the team.
      Source: ESPN.com
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