The Pro Football Hall of Fame has released 129 Modern-Era nominees for the Class of 2023.
There were 129 applicants, and seven of them were former New York Giants Players- Justin Tuck on defence, Chris Snee on offence, Tiki Barber on defence, Jessie Armstead on linebacker defence, Jeff Feagles on punting and Sean Landeta on punting.
1.Justin Tuck•For Giants supporters, Justin Tuck is a well-known name because he assisted the team in winning the last two Super Bowls.•In the third round of the 2005 NFL Draft, the Giants selected Tuck.
2.Chris Snee•In the second round of the 2004 draft, the Giants selected Chris Snee.•Snee was a Giant for the duration of his 10-year career.•During his tenure, Snee also contributed to the Giants' two Super Bowl victories.
3.Tiki Barber•Tiki Barber is another well-known name among Giants fans.•Barber was selected by the Giants in the second round in 1997.•With 10,449 career running yards, he is the Giants' all-time top rusher.
4.Jessie Armstead•Jessie Armstead played for the Giants from 1993 to 2001.•In 144 games with the Giants, Armstead had 778 tackles, 30.5 sacks, and 45 tackles for loss.•He also made five consecutive Pro Bowls from 1997 to 2001 and is a member of the Giants Ring of Honor.
5.Jeff Feagles•Jeff Feagles played for the Giants from 2003 until 2009.•Feagles is considered the most durable punter in NFL history, having played in the league for 22 seasons.•With the Giants, Feagles won his only Super Bowl in 2007.
6.Sean Landeta•Sean Landeta played in the NFL for 22 years, nine of them with the Giants.•Landeta began his career with New York in 1985 and was a member of the Super Bowl squads in 1986 and 1990.•He has 526 punts in Giants history and is third in punt yards (22,806).
7. Lomas Brown
7.Lomas Brown•Lomas Brown played in the NFL for 18 years, but just two with the Giants.•From 1985 until 1995, Brown spent the most of his career with the Detroit Lions.•Brown was a member of the New York Giants Super Bowl 35 team, which lost to the Baltimore Ravens.