Jun 262013
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Justin Tuck Says Pierre-Paul is Doing Well: DE Justin Tuck says his linemate Jason Pierre-Paul is recovering well from offseason back surgery. “I speak to him all the time,” Tuck said. “(He’s) doing well…Everybody is (also) telling me he is doing well. I have seen him walking around and doing his rehab stuff…He does (and) I expect him back (for the start of the regular-season)…He is Superman.”

Justin Tuck Comments on Cruz: DE Justin Tuck also commented on WR Victor Cruz signing his 1-year, $2.879 million restricted free agent tender. “I really think that is going to expedite things (with long-term contract negotiations),” Tuck said. “I hope it does. Obviously, everybody wants to see Victor back and he is a huge part of our success. Hopefully everything works out and I think he did the smart thing.”

Tuck also does not worry about Cruz being focused and ready for the 2013 season. “Everybody is going to talk about what he has done off the field this offseason,” Tuck said. “He is enjoying the limelight that he has created for himself and I can’t blame him for that. But I know his trainer and I know where he has been training every day. I keep tabs on a lot of people. He will be ready to go. I am not even worried about it. And he has one of the best quarterbacks to ever play this game. Those guys will be on the same page.”

Giants.com Q&A With WR Louis Murphy: The video of a Giants.com Q&A with WR Louis Murphy is available at Giants.com.

Star-Ledger Q&A With OL Justin Pugh: Giants Summer Questionnaire: Justin Pugh by Michael J. Fensom of The Star-Ledger

Article on WR Rueben Randle: Rueben Randle Gains Confidence with Experience by Marq Mitcham of BastropEnterprise.com

WFAN Radio Interview with Former Giants’ RB Tiki Barber: The audio of yesterday’s WFAN interview with former Giants’ RB Tiki Barber is available at CBSNewYork

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