NEW YORK (AP) -Michael Strahan says he won't be afraid to criticize former teammates or friends in the NFL in his new job on Fox's pregame show.
The recently retired New York Giants defensive end was introduced at a news conference Tuesday. He joked with new colleagues Terry Bradshaw, Jimmy Johnson and Howie Long.
The 36-year-old Strahan made seven Pro Bowls in his 15 NFL seasons and had the fifth most sacks in league history. He went out on top, winning a Super Bowl title in February.
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