New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck acknowledged that Sunday could be his final game with the NFC East franchise.
In his ninth season with the Giants, Tuck has nine sacks. He's scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent after this season.
"I'll be a little teary-eyed after I walk off the field, maybe," Tuck told New York reporters. "I won't say definitely, but maybe. It makes a better story if I say teary-eyed."
Tuck, 30, said he hasn't spoken with the Giants about a new contract.
"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."
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