New Jersey — Plaxico Burress is scheduled to be released from the upstate Oneida Correctional Facility on June 6 — in time for training camp, if there is no NFL lockout — and there is growing support within the Giants organization to bring him back and give him a second chance.
Co-owner Steve Tisch already is on record as championing the troubled wide receiver’s cause, and considers him a dear friend. Co-owner John Mara feels strongly that Burress has paid his debt to society. General manager Jerry Reese yesterday said the Giants would investigate a possible Plaxico II.
Now defensive captain Justin Tuck has told The Post he, too, would welcome Burress back.
“I know that he’s paid his debt to society, and I think he’s overpaid his debt to society,” Tuck said.