From the Washington Post: In something of a long shot, the Redskins also could be in the running for left defensive end Michael Strahan, who met with New York Giants officials this week in an attempt to be traded. Strahan has two years left on his current contract.
There has been ZERO followup (by the NY media) in the 24 hours after this article hit, so my guess at the moment is that it is more conjecture and less fact.
Giants: Dominic Rhodes of the Colts visited the Giants yesterday. The Giants have also expressed immediate interest in Cardinals left tackle Leonard Davis and Patriots linebacker Tully Banta-Cain. Though no visit has been scheduled with Banta-Cain yet, they are trying to get Davis (who visited Dallas yday) in for a visit. They are also looking hard at Eagles safety Michael Lewis, but are not optimistic about getting him. The only action they have taken is signing O’Hara, and tendering Wilson (RFA) for a 2nd rounder if the Giants cannot match someone else’s offer.
Gone are Garcia (Bucs), Plummer (Traded to Bucs), Thomas (Patriots), Clements (49ers), Stinchcomb (Saints), Stenibach (Browns), Smoot (Redskins), Fletcher (Redskins), Bly (trade to Denver).
Another RB enters the mix as Travis Henry is no longer a Titan.