NEW YORK CITY — Former two-time Pro Bowler and multi-time Super Bowl champ Justin Tuck, who played 11 seasons in the National Football League, landed a job as the Vice President of Goldman Sachs according to MSA.
Tuck ended his career following the 2015 season having recorded 66.5 sacks. He also helped lead the New York Giants to two Super Bowl championships in his nine seasons with the team. Prior to the NFL, he spent his collegiate days at Notre Dame.
This past May, Tuck earned his graduate degree from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania — with a Master of Business Administration in management.
Later in July, Tuck will begin a career at Goldman Sachs as a vice president in the private wealth management division.
“At the NFL level, not being prepared means Tom Brady throws 400 yards against you,” Tuck said, via CNBC. “Not being prepared at a place like Goldman Sachs means that some of your trusted clients are losing money.”