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Resurgent Umenyiora sparks Giants' D

He says he's the same old Osi, but the DE has turned things around after a tough 2009

Updated: October 19, 2010, 9:26 PM ET
By Ohm Youngmisuk | ESPNNewYork.com

Osi Umenyiora swears nothing has changed.

He says his left knee feels just as good as it did last season following surgery in 2008.

In fact, physically, Umenyiora might be more banged up than last season with a lingering hip issue and swelling in his knee that needs to be managed.

Otherwise, Umenyiora says he is the same quarterback-chasing defensive end he has always been. Still, his gaudy numbers this season say something has changed.

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