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They've been summoned to replace the irreplaceable, the immovable, and the inspirational. So it's not surprising that the Giants' new-look defensive line of unknowns, i.e., Lance Legree, Kenderick Allen, Osi Umenyiora, and William Joseph, were seemingly tossed around like bobble head dolls against the Redskins while attempting to emulate Michael Strahan, Norman Hand and Keith Washington.
December 11, 2004

Player Diary

It feels really good to be back on the field now. My right knee held me out for most of the season, but I'm happy to be out there and trying to knock this rust off me. I just want to contribute and bring something to the table every game. I'm not getting too many snaps right now, but I'm just happy to be out there.
November 30, 2004

Life after Strahan begins

The Giants continue to try to pick up the pieces after losing Michael Strahan for the season with a torn pectoral muscle. Strahan underwent surgery Wednesday and will now begin a lengthy rehab.
November 10, 2004

Lorenzo Bromell Stats

A look at the defensive end's career stats.
January 10, 2004

Bromell Leads List of Cuts

As expected, Lorenzo Bromell didn't get to collect on most of his five-year, $11 million deal signed in 2002 with the Vikes. However, the 53-man roster isn't locked and loaded just yet.
September 1, 2003

Bromell Likely To Lead Cuts

While Sunday likely won't be the end of DE Lorenzo Bromell's NFL career, VU has been told that, barring an 11th hour change of heart, it will be the end of his Vikings career.
August 30, 2003

Defensive Player Disappointing

A player the Vikings once had high hopes for is falling out of favor with defensive coordinator George O'Leary, and team sources say the Vikings have an interest in trading him.
August 24, 2003