Giants suspend Eli Apple for season finale vs. Redskins
- Author: Jill Young Dec 28, 2017,
Dec 28, 2017, 0:43
"That would be the only person I would change out of our secondary group". However, he said only one cornerback on the team needed to grow up and later added, "But that first pick. he's a cancer". Besides, the other two guys, [Rodgers-Cromarie] and [Jenkins], I love those two guys.
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Despite what a teammate might say, Eli Apple simply isn't a "Cancer," his mother taking to Twitter on Tuesday to weigh-in on recent comments slamming her son. With the implication that he was a liar, Collins reportedly had to be restrained by his teammates from going after Apple, per NJ.com.
Spagnuolo, who replaced the fired Ben McAdoo earlier this month, said he spoke with Apple on Wednesday morning before having a "really good conversation that was really productive" with both Apple and Collins.
The Giants host the Washington Redskins (7-8) on Sunday in their season finale.
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Apple played in 11 games this season while making seven starts. Those remarks came on the heels of one report that Apple threatened to walk out on the team after his play was criticized and another that the 2016 first-round pick is "disliked" within the organization.
The Giants fired GM Jerry Reese - who drafted Apple - and coach Ben McAdoo on December 4. Apple got into hot water with the Giants when he retweeted video of a touchdown against his own team by Cowboys running back and former Buckeyes teammate Rod Smith, also violating the NFL's social media policy.
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