Pro Football Hall of Famer Michael Strahan is trying ahead to seeing his No. 92 jersey retired by the New York Giants, and questioning why it took so long.

The never-shy Strahan on Wednesday took a swipe on the crew’s possession for lateness of his jersey retirement; nipped at followers of the rival Philadelphia Eagles; and added he’s as annoyed as any Giants fan by the crew’s struggles over the previous decade.

“Don’t wait for somebody to rescue you because no one feels sorry for you in this league when you’re losing,” he stated. “Nobody’s going to come rescue you. You’ve just got to go to work and rescue yourself. That would be my message to them.”

Strahan’s soccer profession not solely helped him get on tv. He goes to area in a few weeks on a Blue Origin flight run by the corporate headed by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.

Strahan will be part of Laura Shepard Churchley, the eldest daughter of late astronaut Alan Shepard, and 4 paying prospects on Dec. 9 on a 10-minute mission.