Giants' Darren Waller drops some bars as team reportedly expects him to retire

New York Giants tight end Darren Waller decided to drop a few bars after a report said Monday he will be telling the team soon he will retire from the NFL

Waller, who recently released a music video for his song “Who Knew (Her Perspective,” posted a video on social media recording a new song, which also referenced his wife Kelsey Plum. The two filed for divorce in Las Vegas earlier this year.

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“Want a day in the life being me. Everything that happens ‘tween you and ya wife on TMZ. Tryna kick the door in this rap s— like a B and E. Speaking to the blind, it’s no wonder they wasn’t foreseeing me. …

“It’s hard receiving a message from God that he’s taking back what you’ve blessed with. I’m foaming at the mouth, they know I ain’t the one to mess with.”

Waller didn’t say one way or the other he was going to walk away from football. He said on Friday a decision was going to be made very soon. ESPN reported that the Giants were expecting Waller to retire.

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If he does choose to play, it would be Waller’s 10th year in the league. He was acquired in a blockbuster trade with the Las Vegas Raiders last offseason.

He only played 12 games for the Giants and had 52 catches for 552 yards and a touchdown.

During the spring, Waller and Plum filed for divorce after barely a year of marriage. He appeared to reference the divorce in a music video from last month.

New York will begin its mandatory minicamp next week.

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