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Police: Giants' Strahan had domestic dispute

Police were called to the former house of Michael Strahan over a dispute between the New York Giants' defensive end and his ex-wife. Police Lt.

MONTCLAIR, N.J. (Jan. 15, 2007) -- Police were called to the former house of Michael Strahan over a dispute between the New York Giants' defensive end and his ex-wife.

Police Lt. James Carlucci said police responded to a call at the northern New Jersey home on Jan. 14 that stemmed from a dispute over child custody. No arrests were made.

Last week, Strahan was ordered to pay his ex-wife $15.3 million, or more than half his net worth, in keeping with their prenuptial agreement. She also was awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars in child support.

Strahan, a 14-year NFL veteran who is tied with Lawrence Taylor for the most sacks in Giants' history, missed most of the second half of the 2006 season with a foot injury, his second major injury in three seasons.

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