Giants DE Justin Tuck introduced a new look on the football field with a rather intricate facemask. Which is a nice way of putting it. Seriously, the thing looks like a cow catcher.
With the Rams out of the way, everyone associated with the New York Giants has shifted their attention to the archrival they believe deserves a healthy dose of payback. It’s Eagles week.
Justin Tuck will not be on the field for the Giants when they open their season against the Redskins. The defensive end, who has been dealing with a lingering neck injury, traveled with the team on Saturday, leading to speculation he would play. Sources in contact with Tuck also told NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora the pass rusher was likely to play, making the inactive designation somewhat of a surprise. As expected, also out for the Giants is defensive end Osi Umenyiora, who is recovering from knee surgery. For inactives for every Sunday game, visit http://www.nfl.com/inactives.
New York Giants DE Justin Tuck is likely to play Sunday against the Washington Redskins despite a neck injury that kept him from practicing this week, league sources said.
NFL.com has mic’d up Giants DE Justin Tuck for Thursday’s NFC practice, so be sure to check back for an all-access pass to his day on the field.
At least one member of the Giants plans on confronting Antrel Rolle after his lastest shots taken at head coach Tom Coughlin.