“Tommy Devito Shocking Decision: NFL Star Announces Retirement at the Peak of His Career”

Tommy DeVito’s rise to stardom could have come straight out of a Disney script, complete with the lovable Italian family and an agent with a personality as verbose as his wardrobe.

But after the Giants signed Drew Lock to a one-year contract on Tuesday, could this be the end of DeVito’s time with Big Blue?

Lock and the Giants agreed to a one-year, $5 million deal that is fully guaranteed, meaning the team would be hard-pressed to cut Lock and it essentially pins the former Broncos and Seahawks QB as the backup to presumptive starter Daniel Jones.

Giants quarterback Tommy DeVito (15) reacts from the bench during the fourth quarter in Philadelphia.
Tommy DeVito’s captivating stint as a Giants quarterback may already be over. Bill Kostroun/New York Post
While DeVito, who was signed by the Giants as an undrafted free agent last offseason, is under contract for 2024, it isn’t clear whether the Giants would want to carry three quarterbacks, and if they did, whether that would mean it would be because they’ve selected one in the NFL draft next month.

DeVito’s story has been told countless times since he made his debut against the Jets last Oct. 29, when he was barely allowed to throw the ball.

There was another appearance the week after in a loss to the Raiders before the Don Bosco Prep product made six consecutive starts for the Giants and won three straight games — victories over Washington, New England and Green Bay — during the dismal 2023 campaign.


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