Giants’ Tommy DeVito appears on YES Network’s ‘Home Plate: New York’

Giants’ Tommy DeVito appears on YES Network’s ‘Home Plate: New York’

With the ‘Tommy Cutlets’ craze sufficiently subsided, New York Giants second-year quarterback Tommy DeVito can get back to living a civilian life again. Maybe.

The New Jersey native who made a splash last season as a rookie with Big Blue after the Giants’ top two quarterbacks (Daniel Jones, Tyrod Taylor) were felled by injuries, is no longer as hot a topic but is not shying away from the spotlight.

This week, DeVito and his agent, Sean Stellato, appeared on the YES Network program Home Plate: New York per Giants Country.

Chef Marcus Samuelsson joined them on an excursion to one of the city’s most popular and iconic restaurants.

In the episode, Samuelsson, DeVito, and Stellato visit Patsy’s, a family-owned Italian restaurant in Manhattan that was originally made famous by Frank Sinatra.

They meet with Sal Scognamillo, the grandson of Patsy’s founder Pasquale “Patsy” Scognamillo, and the third chef in the restaurant’s 80-year history.  Scognamillo shares the restaurant’s rich history as he guides the trio around the eatery’s kitchen.

DeVito and his family caught the imagination of Giant fans last year with their Jersey swagger, cuisine, and choice wardrobe.

It didn’t hurt that Tommy led the sagging Giants to three straight victories at one point, either. This year, he is firmly behind Jones and the new second-stringer — Drew Lock — on the Giants’ depth chart.

But, you never know. ‘Tommy Cutlets’ may have a second act in him if things break down again for the Giants this year.

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