Two-time Super Bowl winning defensive end Justin Tuck is calling it a career, and leaving the NFL with the team he made his name with.
He will retire with the New York Giants on Friday, the team announced Wednesday. The long-time defensive is expected to sign a one-day contract, according to multiple reports.
Tuck, who spent the last two seasons with the Oakland Raiders, accrued 66.5 sacks over his 11-year career.
He most notably played big roles on the Giants' Super Bowl teams that toppled Tom Brady and the Patriots in both 2007 and 2011.
Tuck is 33 years old.