No, he is not quite ready to suit up yet, but he will play a pivotal role in Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The former player turned inspiration will participate in the coin toss at the start of the game. In the offseason, the Bucs signed LeGrand to a one day contract, however, it is their opposer asking for the former Rutgers’ player to join them on the field. Legrand has become very close with defensive end Justin Tuck ever since LeGrand signed on to do Subway commercials. Tuck understands that LeGrand will still be rooting for the Bucs. Metlife Stadium is of course the location where LeGrand suffered the injury that ended his college football career. This will be the first time Eric, his mother, and Coach Schiano will all be back together at the site of the accident. “This week, I know the Giants have helped out, and the Giants have provided a place for he and his family to watch the game, which I think is awesome of them,” the Tampa coach said on a conference call with reporters. “Just that he can be there and watch with all the familiarity with both teams and all that. It’s just a good New Jersey thing, and a good thing overall for football.” It will be quite an emotional day for the LeGrand family and visiting coach Schiano.