Former NY Giants Defensive End Justin Tuck has landed a position as an executive at Goldman Sachs.
During his playing career Justin Tuck was one other most feared pass rushers in the NFL. Now, it appears that he his ready for a completely different type of pressure.
Tuck, a two-time Super Bowl champion with the Giants, has accepted an offer to become a vice president in the wealth management division for Goldman Sachs, to start in July.
Tuck recently went back to school and earned his Masters in Business Administration degree from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Tuck received his bachelors from Notre Dame before being drafted by the Giants.
Tuck cites his determined preparation for his success, both in the NFL and in the business world.
“The people that could go out on that field and play it just like it was any other game are the ones that go out and do well,” said Tuck via CNBC. “At the NFL level, not being prepared means Tom Brady throws 400 yards against you. Not being prepared at a place like Goldman Sachs means that some of your trusted clients are losing money.”