There was apparent danger for anyone approaching the vicinity of Shaun O'Hara's locker, as the normally agreeable Giants center issued a warning that didn't sound particularly threatening. "You might want to watch out," O'Hara said yesterday afternoon. "I'm supposed to be a dirty player." Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride was stunned. "Any accusation of dirty tactics certainly sounds a little bit humorous because it's as far-fetched as I could ever imagine," he said. The Giants this season were called for only 77 penalties, their fewest ever in a 16-game season and sixth-fewest in the NFL.
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