‘Good Morning America’ Host Michael Strahan Gives Advice, Goofs Off in Behind-the-Scenes Photoshoot

by Matthew Memrick
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‘Good Morning America’ host Michael Strahan laughed it up and gave up advice in a behind-the-scenes photoshoot on Tuesday.

The former NFL great and 49-year-old TV host was with actress Tiffany Haddish for a light-hearted photoshoot for his fashion line. He posted a short clip of the fun on Instagram.

Strahan’s clothing brand, MSX by Strahan, is sold by JC Penney, Men’s Wearhouse, Fanatics, and other retailers. It includes suits, collared shirts, belts, ties, cufflinks, suspenders, and other accessories.

Host Michael Strahan Gives Advice, Goofs Off in Behind-the-Scenes Photoshoot

The Pro Football Hall of Famer reached out on Twitter Tuesday to answer questions about training camp. On Monday, he also doled out advice about measuring success and how that starts with the individual.

Lately, Michael Strahan has been all over the news in the past few months. According to USAToday, he tested positive for COVID-19 in January. He battled back from that diagnosis and following quarantine protocols to return to the GMA.

Strahan reiterated his thanks to his co-workers and fans who were sending him support.

“You guys don’t know how much it means to me to know how many people care about me and my health,” he said, urging others to “take care of yourself” and to follow all COVID-19 safety guidelines.

Earlier this month, Michael Strahan’s NFL sack record faced questions after a CBS Sports report. For years, the Giants player has held the league’s all-time single-season sack record. He led the league with 22.5 monster sacks in 2001.

But new unofficial statistical records from Pro Football Reference say he may not have broken that record. The website has researched and updated its stat totals from 1962 to 1982. It found that former Lions Pro Bowler Al “Bubba” Baker logged 23 sacks in 1978. That year, Baker was the 1978 Defensive Rookie of the Year. Of course, the website’s records are unofficial. But the website has used official NFL gamebooks, with those stats, for years. Two stat researchers, John Turney and Nick Webster, have also kept these records back to the 1960 season.

And last month, Strahan’s ex-wife was booked for criminal contempt in New York City. TMZ reported that Jean Muggli was “arrested for violating an order of protection.” That incident involved an ex who claimed the woman was terrorizing her.

Michael Strahan played with the New York Giants from 1993 to 2008. After his professional career, he worked on Live! With Regis and Kelly in 2010. He transitioned to Good Morning America in 2018 and also hosted a new version of the $100,000 Pyramid game show.

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