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Justin Tuck yesterday said he wants to get his ailing neck to "cool down" before he tests it again in a game and possibly set himself back. "You want to try your best to kind of let this thing cool down," the Giants defensive end said on his weekly WFAN...
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Normally much more optimistic and determined, Justin Tuck did not sound like a player who will push through his neck injury to be on the field Sunday against the Seahawks when he made his weekly appearance on WFAN today.
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- During the week, Justin Tuck said, "If I'm getting on that plane to Arizona, I'm playing," but he was not able to keep that promise. Tuck was not in uniform yesterday as the Giants rallied to beat the Cardinals 31-27 at University of Phoenix Stadium...
from SNY Giants Insider Mike Garafolo:
Though Justin Tuck believed he would play against the Cardinals if he made the trip out here, ESPN says that probably won’t be the case.
Adam Schefter is reporting the Giants’ defensive captain is likely out for this afternoon’s game because of neck and groin injuries that had him listed as questionable.
Osi Umenyiora will make his debut...
Good morning from sunny and warm Phoenix, Arizona, just a short drive from Glendale, Arizona, where the Giants will play the Arizona Cardinals this afternoon. Unfortuntely the morning news is only partially good.
First, according to a source familiar with his situation, DE Osi ...
Nursing both a neck injury after suffering a stinger in the preseason, and a groin injury from Week 3, Justin Tuck was sidelined for the New York Giants’ win over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, and is unsure if he’ll be able to play this week at home against the… read more.
Osi Umenyiora, Zak DeOssie will play
Inactive for the Giants in today’s game in Arizona:
DE Justin Tuck, OL James Brewer, OL Mitch Petrus, RB Da’Rel Scott, WR Michael Clayton, WR Brandon Stokley and CB Prince Amukamara
RB Beanie Wells is ACTIVE for the Cardinals today.
Defensive end Justin Tuck did not sound optimistic Monday that he'll be ready to play against the Seattle Seahawks when the Giants return home on Sunday. In his weekly paid appearance on WFAN, he insisted "we're going to try to be smart" about his lingering neck and groin injuries "to try not to have any setbacks.
Justin Tuck didnt sound very optimistic today that hell be ready to return to action on Sunday when the Giants return home to face the Seattle Seahawks.During his weekly, paid appearance on WFAN today one day after he sat out the Giants 31-27 win in Arizona with neck and groin injuries -- Tuck said were going to try to be smart about his lingering injuries to try...
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New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck is not expected to play Sunday due to lingering neck and groin injuries while defensive end Osi Umenyiora is expected to make his 2011 season debut after undergoing knee surgery this summer, according to sources. Tuck still plans to test his injuries in pregame warm-ups and always could change his mind, but his mindset going into Sunday&...
New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck was inactive Sunday due to lingering neck and groin injuries while defensive end Osi Umenyiora made his 2011 season debut after undergoing knee surgery this summer.
The inexplicable call that wiped out Victor Cruz’s apparent fumble in the fourth quarter is the biggest headline from Sunday’s 31-27 Giants victory over the Cardinals, but there are other takeaways from a game that came down to the wire. 1. With or without Justin Tuck, the Giants can get after the quarterback. They sacked…