The New York Giants got a surprise today when they showed up for practice, and it was not a good one. Defensive end Justin Tuck, the team's defensive captain and best defensive player, sat out practice with shoulder soreness. He was listed as 'questionable' for Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans.
The issue is with his surgically repaired shoulder, and Tuck admitted to reporters that he feels it "every day." Giants fans will remember that Tuck partially tore the labrum in his left shoulder in Week 2 last season, the result of an illegal trip from then-Dallas offensive lineman Flozell Adams.
Tuck, however, has no doubt he will play against Tennessee.