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Police and Law Enforcement Home  >  Top Cops  >  Justin Tuck Visits Recovering NYPD Officer

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Sunday, February 12, 2012  2:34 p.m.

On January 31st hero NYPD Officer Kevin Brennan was shot in the head by a gang member.  The bullet struck him behind the ear in the base of the skull. 

Miraculously, he survived and was cleared for release on February 10th.

A long-time Giants fan, Brennan departed the hospital wearing a blue, Giant's home jersey bearing number 91, the number worn by Giant's Defensive End Justin Tuck.

As he left the hospital he was given a hero's welcome by more than 200 New York City police officers, family, and well wishers.

Kevin was taken home to settle into his house for some well deserved rest. 

Later that afternoon, a black Cadillac Escalade pulled up to Brennan's home.

It was Number 91 of the Giants, Justin Tuck.

Five days after playing in the Super Bowl, Tuck was in Long Island for an event and heard about Officer Brennan.  He decided to pay Brennan a visit.

The two talked and took pictures for about ten minutes.

Whether we like it or not, celebrities wield a lot of power and can really make a difference in people's lives.  

Some don't bother.  Some do. recognizes New York Giants Tight End, Justin Tuck, a true class act.







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