Two-Time Super Bowl Champion Announces Retirement At 41

Though it's been nearly a decade since we've seen Corey Webster play in the NFL, he didn't receive a proper send-off until this Friday.

Webster, 41, has officially retired as a Giant. He spoke to the media this morning about this special moment.

"It’s a long time overdue," Webster said. "I never wanted to play for anyone else."

Webster, a former second-round pick out of LSU, only played for the Giants during his NFL career.

In 121 career games, Webster had 375 total tackles, 97 passes defended, 20 interceptions and seven forced fumbles.

His most productive season was in 2008.

Of course, the fans in New York will always remember Webster for being a key contributor on the Giants in 2007 and 2011. Both those squads won the Super Bowl.

Webster had two interceptions during the G-Men's playoff run in 2007.

Congratulations to Webster on an extraordinary run with the Giants.