• Tuck could end up back in New York

    Summary of 21 articles · Updated Mar 14, 2014
    • Beason says Giants can be 'scary good' despite loss of Tuck

      Jon Beason knows that Justin Tuck is gone, he knows that Jason Pierre-Paul is coming off an injury, and he knows that veteran cornerbacks Corey Webster and Aaron Ross are still in the building. But the Giants middle linebacker, who signed a three-year d…
    • Lack of effort by Giants drove Tuck to the Raiders

      When it was over, the Giants didn't even say good-bye. There was no big send-off for Justin Tuck, no "Thanks for the memories" after nine stellar seasons. Just a phone call from his agent late Thursday afternoon to tell him the Giants wouldn't…
    • Big Blue Morning: What's next for Giants?

      The big New York Giants news Thursday was not about a player they acquired but rather about one they lost, as team captain and 2013 sack leader Justin Tuck left to sign with the Raiders. Tuck got a decent-but-not-ridiculous two-year, $11 million deal th…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Raiders sign top-notch DE to replace Houston

      The Raiders helped redirect the spotlight from their waffling on their first high-profile move in free agency by signing veteran defensive end Justin Tuck on Thursday. Tuck, 30, signed a two-year contract that calls for him to make as much as $11 millio…
    • Raiders hope Justin Tuck signings puts them on road to respectability

      The Oakland Raiders, by most accounts, have had a miserable offseason — one that started with hope and promise but has devolved into a comedy of errors. In fact, we can't blame you if you start to make jokes about whether Justin Tuck, who has signed a t…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • The Tuck Era Is Over In NY

      Justin Tuck signed a 2 year deal worth $11 Million with the Oakland Raiders today… the two time Superbowl winning defensive end met once, twice, had dinner and breakfast with members of the team before inking his new deal. It’s a sad day for Giants fans…
      Source: giantsgab.com
    • Tuck 'excited' to join Raiders after getting Giant snub

      Justin Tuck, the captain of the Giants' defense and a key part of two Super Bowl championship teams, is now an Oakland Raiders. The defensive end agreed to terms with his new team on Thursday afternoon, ending a stellar, 10-year career with the Giants.
    • What would Tuck, Woodley add to Raiders?

      The Oakland Raiders entertained unrestricted free agents Justin Tuck and LaMarr Woodley late into the night Wednesday. And if general manager Reggie McKenzie and coach Dennis Allen were able to convince the two to sign with the Raiders, wouldn’t that ta…
    • Raiders in a hurry to bolster pass rush

      The Raiders are meeting with defensive end Justin Tuck and linebacker LaMarr Woodley on Wednesday as they seek players that can get pressure on the quarterback on a consistent basis. Coach Dennis Allen and defensive coordinator Jason Tarver are high on …
    • Justin Tuck reportedly paying free-agent visit to Raiders

      Justin Tuck would like to return to the Giants, and the Giants would like him to come back. But the price has to be right for both of them. And now there’s a chance the Oakland Raiders will make sure it’s not.
    • Linebackers Jon Beason, Daryl Smith on Broncos’ radar

      At this point, it might be simpler to name the defensive free agents the Broncos are not trying to sign. Denver, which has already acquired big-name help for its secondary in the form of Aqib Talib and T.J. Ward, and which is hosting pass rusher DeMarcu…

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