Coughlin, Accorsi and Tuck to enter Giants Ring of Honor

FILE - From left are file photos showing Tom Coughlin in 2015, Ernie Accorsi in 2004 and Justin Tuck in 2016. Coach Tom Coughlin, former general manager Ernie Accorsi and recently retired defensive end Justin Tuck are being inducted into the New York Giants Ring of Honor. The Giants announced Tuesday, July 19, 2016, that the trio will be honored on Nov. 14 at a halftime ceremony of a game at MetLife Stadium against the Cincinnati Bengals. (AP Photo/File)
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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) Coach Tom Coughlin, former general manager Ernie Accorsi and recently retired defensive end Justin Tuck are being inducted into the New York Giants' Ring of Honor.

The Giants announced Tuesday that the trio will be honored on Nov. 14 at a halftime ceremony of a game at MetLife Stadium against the Cincinnati Bengals.

The honor for Coughlin comes less than a year after the man who led the Giants to two Super Bowls agreed to leave the team after missing the playoffs for the fourth straight year.

Accorsi acquired the majority of the players on the team that won the Super Bowl in February 2008, 15 of whom were on the team that won another title four years later. Coughlin coached those teams. Tuck played on them, and was a captain of the squad that defeated New England in 2012.

The ring will now have 42 members.

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