Found December 15, 2011 on T-Rock's Take On The Giants:
PLAYERS: Justin Tuck
TEAMS: New York Giants
Justin Tuck missed a second straight practice because of a toe injury and said he probably won't know if he's available to play until just before kickoff on Sunday.

Practice report: Tuck is back, but may not be ready

Justin Tuck says all he wants to do is "be out there playing" against the Redskins on Sunday. And on Friday, he did his best to get himself ready to go. Tuck, who also missed the season-opening loss to the Redskins in Washington, was back at practice on Friday, although it was hard to tell if ...

Tuck coy about toe injury, is questionable

Justin Tuck, trying to overcome a toe injury, was in uniform Friday and took part in stretching exercises with the team. He did not take part fully in practice, though, and is listed as questionable for Sunday.

Giants' Justin Tuck listed as questionable for Sunday's game vs. Redskins with toe injury

Plus, the full injury report for both teams

Tuck makes it through his first practice of the week

Justin Tuck practiced yesterday for the first time this week. Tuck is suffering from a toe injury, and the Giants’ star defensive end did not practice on Wednesday or Thursday. He was limited in practice yesterday, and the Giants are listing him as questionable for tomorrow’s game against the...

Giants in Uncomfortable Role of Home Favorites Again

Justin Tuck says the Giants love to be underdogs. Eli Manning plays his best games on the road. The Giants just don’t relish doing what is expected of them. Most wagerers steer clear of them for these reasons. Especially at home. This week, the Giants are a touchdown favorite over the 4-9 Redskins and, in a perfect world, should be able to cover that number. But I wouldn’t bet...

Giants' Justin Tuck misses practice again with toe injury

Also, David Baas says there is a 'definite possibility' he'll be back this season

Thursday Roundup: Osi Out vs Redskins; Tuck Doubtful

Thursday and still too many DNPs (did not practice)…C David Baas (neck), TE Travis Beckum (chest), RB Ahmad Bradshaw (foot), LB Mark Herzlich (ankle), S Derrick Martin (back), DE Justin Tuck (toe) and DE Osi Umenyiora (ankle, knee) all watched practice once again today. Tuck is hobbled by that toe, which he hurt during the win over Dallas. He did not know if it was a classic case...

New York Giants team report: Justin Tuck might need to sit Sunday

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Osi out, Tuck game-time decision for Giants

Jason Pierre-Paul has become the best defensive end on the Giants this season, which is a good thing for them since it is unclear which other ones they’ll have playing for them on Sunday. Osi Umenyiora has been ruled out for the third straight week with a sprained ankle and Justin Tuck is questionable with…

Hurting Tuck hopes to toe line vs. 'Skins 

Justin Tuck said nothing on Friday. Instead, he let his T-shirt, emblazoned with the words “My Pain, Your Entertainment,” do the talking for him.

19 things to know about the Week 15 injury report

We handle the big injury stories Friday in the rumor mill. The rest goes right here, in America’s most enticing weekly segment about the injury report. 1. Here are the players were updated during the day on the rumor mill: Kevin Smith, Andre Johnson, Colt McCoy, Justin Tuck, and Kyle Orton. 2. The Eagles are ready…

Umenyiora, Baas out; Tuck questionable for Sunday

The New York Giants will be without defensive end Osi Umenyiora and center David Baas for Sunday's game against Washington, while defensive end Justin Tuck is listed as questionable because of a toe injury.
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