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LOOK: Giants legends Eli Manning, Shaun O'Hara take shots with rapper Fivio Foreign in recording studio

One of New York's most prominent rappers joined forces with arguably the city's greatest quarterback ever, as New York Giants legend Eli Manning recently paid a visit to rapper Fivio Foreign's recording studio to do shots with him. Manning was seen doing shots on Fivio Foreign's Instagram story, where Manning was accompanied by his longtime center Shaun O'Hara.
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Shaun O’Hara: ‘All of America is rooting for Dan Campbell’

While it feels like all Detroit Lions fans are rooting for Dan Campbell, one Good Morning Football host thinks the entire country is too. In a segment Thursday morning on NFL Network’s GMFB, each host selected who they were rooting for in 2022 — no matter what. NFL...
DETROIT, MI
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Giants Now: Shaun O'Hara applauds Giants' draft

The Giants have been garnering praise over the last few days for the team's entire 2022 draft haul. Joe Schoen emerged from draft weekend with 11 total picks, including two of the highest-ranked players in the draft in Kayvon Thibodeaux and Evan Neal. But Schoen and the Giants' front office...
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ
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Giants Now: Shaun O'Hara breaks down OL prospects

According to the experts, the 2022 NFL Draft is deep at several positions, including the offensive line. Former Giants center and Super Bowl champion Shaun O'Hara joined NFL Network's "Good Morning Football" this week to discuss some of the top O-line prospects in this year's draft. Of those players, Ekwonu...
OREGON STATE
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Giants Legend Shaun O’Hara to Attend COVID Vaccine Clinic (Interview)

Giants legend, three-time Pro Bowler, and Super Bowl Champion, Shaun O’Hara will be one of several former NFL players who will be in attendance at St. Joseph’s University Medical Center in Paterson on Saturday, December 18 to educate, and support those looking to get vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19 and its variants.