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Giants and Osi Umenyiora Agree on New Deal

Restructured contract ends a standing feud between the veteran defensive end and the Super Bowl champs



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    Osi has got a new reason to smile

    The Super Bowl-champion Giants and two-time Pro Bowl defensive end Osi Umenyiora have agreed to a new contract.

    The Giants announced late Friday afternoon that a restructured contract with Umenyiora has been met, ending a feud between the veteran and New York general manager Jerry Reese. Terms of the deal were not immediately available.

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    Umenyiora has contended for more than a year that Reese promised to renegotiate his contract and then reneged on the offer.

    Umenyiora has not participated in the team's drills thus far this spring. He is the second prominent defensive player to sign a new contract this offseason, joining Mathias Kiwanuka.