Michael Strahan said Thursday that he is not considering retirement, will not need surgery on the Lisfranc sprain in his right foot and is eager to return next year for his 15th season with the Giants. Speaking on his weekly paid radio spot, Strahan offered a positive diagnosis of his injury after returning from seeing a foot specialist in North Carolina. Strahan said the ligaments in his foot are torn but the bones are not displaced, meaning no surgery is required. If he had to undergo an operation, Strahan, 35, said the 6- to 8-month rehabilitation would have prompted him to consider retirement. "That would have been a decision I'd have to make," Strahan said.
Strahan Won't Need Surgery