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Giants' Justin Tuck, at a Halloween event for a Manhattan school, talks about his injury and if he'll be ready to go against the Dolphins. Tuck said he is not worried about the tough schedule and the key to the season is finishing strong.
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Defensive end Justin Tuck (neck/groin) went through another limited practice on Thursday, and he hopes to be back on the field on Sunday against the Dolphins.
But there’s a possibility - albeit a rather slight one - that Tuck isn’t the starter. Second-year man Jason Pierre-Paul has played ...
Justin Tuck wants to get back in action on Sunday against the Dolphins. He just hopes his return doesn't get in anyone else's way.
The Giants' defensive end has missed the last four games with nagging neck and groin injuries, but Tuesday he said his battered body was "feeling better." He ...
Also, Ramses Barden seems likely to play this weekend against Miami Dolphins
Justin Tuck is one practice away from a return.
Neck and groin injures have shelved Giants’ Pro Bowl DE Justin Tuck fro the better part of this young season. He plans on hitting the field Sunday vs the Dolphins in some capacity.
Justin Tuck went from guaranteeing he will play Sunday to something a lot less definitive yesterday.Sidelined the past three games by a neck injury, the Giants’ Pro Bowl defensive lineman would only say “the plan” is for him to suit up this weekend against the winless Dolphins at MetLife...
The days of New York Giants defensive lineman Justin Tuck standing on the
sidelines waving a towel to pump up the crowd appear to be over, and
that bodes well for the team.
After dealing with neck and groin injuries for several weeks, defensive end Justin Tuck may be back in action on Sunday.
Alyssa "G-Men Girl" FranklinBGB Featured ColumnistI have the song from Peaches and Herb Reunited in my head. It’s because the Giants are getting the band back together after this bye week and it feels so good.The return of Justin Tuck, Brandon Jacobs, Chris Snee and Prince Amukamara and hopefully the return of Ramses Barden are a beam of light coming off the bye.The...
Justin Tuck wants to return to action on Sunday against the Dolphins. He just hopes he doesn't get in anyone else's way. The Giants defensive end has missed the last three games with nagging neck and groin injuries, but Tuesday said his battered body was "feeling better." He practiced on Monday and felt on "a little sore," he said, and he expects to be...
Making progress toward playing vs. Dolphins
Injured Giants ready to return to battleTUCK & ROLL: Injured Giants Justin Tuck (above), Brandon Jacobs, Chris Snee and rookie Prince Amukamara appear ready to return to Big Blue’s lineup.By Paul Schwartz - NY Post 10/25/11
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/2011/10/26/2011-10-26_ny_giants_defense_gets_justin_tuck_bonus_as_he_joins_jason_pierrepaul_osi_umenyi.htmlGiants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul (r.) is third in the NFL with 7.5 sacks.By Ralph Vacchiano - NY Dailynews 10/26/11
The Giants plan to curtail the amount of plays DE Jason Pierre-Paul participates in by about 20%. They believe he gets winded and would benefit from a taking a few plays off now and then. With Justin Tuck returning, he doesn’t have much of a choice..
From Mike Vorkunov of the Star Ledger:
“He’s averaging 55, maybe 60 plays a game and he’s producing good numbers right now...