A two-time Super Bowl champion, Justin Tuck enjoyed an impressive 11-year NFL career as a defensive end for the New York Giants (2005-13) and Oakland Raiders (2014-15). Tuck had a spectacular game in Super Bowl XLII (following the 2007 season) against New England where he pressured Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and recorded two sacks and a forced fumble in the Giants win. Tuck had a stellar 2008 season where he totaled 66 tackles, 12 sacks, three forced fumbles, two passes deflected and one interception. For his efforts, he was named First-Team All-Pro and earned his first Pro Bowl nod. Tuck continued his strong play and in 2010 was named to his second Pro Bowl and earned Second-Team All-Pro honors. Tuck battled injuries in 2011, but played outstanding in the post-season when the Giants beat the Patriots again to win Super Bowl XLVI. He finished his career playing two seasons for the Raiders. A graduate of Notre Dame, Tuck graduated from the prestigious University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business with an MBA in 2018 and works as a Vice President in Private Wealth Management at Goldman Sachs.