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February 2, 2024

Justin Pugh plays football in the National Football League for the Arizona Cardinals, as a guard.

Justin David Pugh was born in Holland, Pennsylvania on August 15, 1990, to Frank and Carolyn Gavaghan.

Pugh began playing high school football at Council Rock High School South as a sophomore. He played on both the offensive and defensive lines. As a sophomore, he was named to the Second-team All-area (Offensive Line), however, he began to gain notoriety the following year, as a junior. His team named him a captain, most valuable player, and defensive player of the year. He was also named to the All-area and All-Suburban One League First Team. He would win both awards again as a senior. Pugh was also awarded the 2008 Pennsylvania Football News All-State Second Team (defense) and the Maxwell Award in his senior year. Throughout his time in high school, he was also devoted to charity work, including giving his time to the Special Olympics and volunteering for Athletes Helping Athletes.

Pugh chose to attend Syracuse University, after graduating from Council Rock High School South in 2009. He attended Syracuse for four years, where he majored in finance in the Martin J. Whitman School of Management. He played for the Syracuse Orange football team all four years but did not appear in any games during his freshman year. He started all 13 games as a sophomore, at guard on an offense that converted on 34-of-40 red zone opportunities. He blocked for Delone Carter, the first of three different consecutive running backs who would have 1,000-plus-yard seasons when he blocked for them. He was named an All-Big East Second Team selection that year. The following year, Pugh started in every game he played in and blocked for 1,000-yard rusher, Antwon Bailey. He was named an All-Big East First Team selection for his junior year. As a senior, he was named a team co-captain and was named to the Fall Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. He missed the first four games of the season (due to injury) and then played in and started in nine games, blocking for 1,000-yard rusher, Jerome Smith. He helped to lead an offense that had 6,188 offensive yards (476 yards per game). At the end of the season, he was named to the All-Big East First Team and 2012 ESPN.com All-Big East. He was named an Eastern College Athletic Conference Division All-Star. He also lettered each of the three years that he played in games for the Syracuse Orange football team.

Pugh was invited to the 2012 NFL Combine, where he measured in at 6’4” tall and 307 pounds. He had a 5.14-second 40-yard dash and 1.79-second ten-yard split. He would record a 28 and a half-inch vertical jump and an eight-foot, seven-inch broad jump. He also participated in Syracuse University Pro Days. Pugh was drafted 19th overall in the 2013 NFL Draft as the first-round draft pick of the New York Giants. He was selected higher than any player from Syracuse in more than a decade.

Pugh played for the New York Giants from 2013 until 2017. His first contract with the Giants was worth over eight million dollars over a four-year period. He was named starting right tackle by head coach, Tom Coughlin. He played his first professional game against division opponents The Dallas Cowboys, in the season opener. He had a rough start to the season but improved as the season went on. In 2014, he started in all but two games, due to a quad injury. In 2015, Pugh was moved from right tackle to starting left guard. He excelled at this position, earning a much higher rating than he had at tackle, and was considered the ninth-best offensive guard that season. He missed almost half of the 2016 season and almost all of the 2017 season.

In 2018, Pugh was signed by the Arizona Cardinals to a five-year, $45 million contract. He started in the first seven games of the season, but then suffered a season-ending injury. In 2019, he started all 16 games for the Cardinals. He started at right tackle for two games, then the rest he started at left guard. He started in and played in all 15 games for his team in 2020.

In 2016, Justin Pugh obtained a federal trademark registration for “PUGH CREW” for use on hooded sweatshirts, t-shirts, and sweatshirts. He also obtained a federal trademark registration for “PUGH CREW” for charitable fundraising services.

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