He started working for the Giants in 1948 working at the Giants pre-season training camp and retired in 2008 after the Giants won Super Bowl XLII. He worked on the sidelines for 874 regular season games and 34 post season games. In addition he worked as an athletic trainer for Manhattan College.
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