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Justin Tuck serves up lunch for fans

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MYFOXNY.COM - Justin Tuck, NY Giants defensive end, has proudly worn a firefighter's helmet as he makes it way onto the field at MetLife Stadium.

While he was not playing in New York during the 9/11 terror attacks, he says he never forgets the brave men and women who gave so much on that fateful day and its aftermath.

In the spirit of giving, Tuck delivered a catered meal on Tuesday from Subway to FDNY Engine 16 Tower Ladder 17. It was part of the sandwich chain's customer appreciation month. Tuck also be made stops at the top of the Empire State Building and various Subway stores.

“We really appreciate the support we get from local fans,” said Tuck.

Tuck, who is coming off a big game on Sunday where he sacked Washington Redskins' Robert Griffin III four times in the Giants' 24-17 victory, says the team is in it to the end.

"We put ourselves behind the eight ball but we’re still in it… we’re going to continue to fight," said Tuck.



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