Former Giant London Doing Great Things

New York Giants, Oshane Ximines

Former New York Giants wide receiver Brandon London may have retired from the game of football, but they’re certainly not stopping his drive.  The former Super Bowl XLII winner was a stand out at the University of Massachusetts with record-setting career statistics and even had a successful stint with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League.

Despite retiring from football in 2015, London has not slowed down one bit.  You can see London on the popular entertainment show Daily Blast Live a daytime news and entertainment show keeping you up to date with the latest happenings and stories.  New York Giants fans can also catch him on Giants Access Blue interviewing players in the locker room.  London never forgets the New York Giants loyal fans and is always happy to pose for pictures and chat for a while.

London is also a really nice guy and is always pleasant and smiling.  His zest for life is truly admirable.  Any opportunity to help others, London is there!

London is a family man who values his loved ones.  Talent and great work ethic run in the family, as his father Mike London Sr. is a coach for William and Mary Tribe Football and his brother Mike London Jr. is an assistant football coach for William and Mary Tribe Football.  The entire London family is full of talent and class!

London may no longer be in football, but there most certainly is no stopping him from achieving success!  His talents reach far and wide and he is an idol both on and off the field (and screen)!

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