Justin Tuck says Sunday’s game could be his last with Giants

Justin Tuck

Justin Tuck has played his entire nine-year NFL career for the New York Giants.

But Sunday’s game at MetLife Stadium could be his final game as a Giant.

“I’ll be a little teary-eyed after I walk off the field, maybe,” Tuck said Thursday, via ESPN.com. “I won’t say definitely, but maybe. It makes a better story if I say teary-eyed.”

Tuck has the sixth-most sacks in Giants history, and has played a key role in two of the of the franchise’s four Super Bowl titles.

“It’s not, ‘Definitely I’m going to be here,’ and it’s not, ‘Definitely I’m not going to be here,'” Tuck said. “So I’m just focused on trying to win the game, and we’ll see what happens after that.”

Tuck, who turns 31 in March, said he has not had a conversation with the Giants about a new deal and wants to wait until this season is over before discussing a contract.

“I told them I don’t want to hear about it,” Tuck said. “So I honestly don’t know if they’ve talked or not, I guess. I just know I haven’t heard about it.”

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  • John Walsh

    The ship is sinking and Tuck is jumping off. How did that work out for Mathias Kiwanuka?

  • higggs

    I think it’s best for the Giants to let Tuck walk…