The Giants will host the Washington Redskins this Sunday to conclude what has been an awful season for big blue and their fan base. A lot of news over the last week or s since our time together so lets get to it shall we.
Eli Apple Suspended:
When it rains it pours. The Giants announced yesterday that they were suspending 2nd year wide out Eli Apple for the remainder of the season. Apple was overheard by reporters claiming that he would rather go to the bathroom instead of speaking.
Apple who had been the hot topic of conversation after being called a “cancer” by teammate Landon Collins seemed to have move past the situation after meeting with Coach Sapagnuolo . The three sat down and spoke and had a great conversation. ” We had a quick conversation this morning and then I had a quick conversation with Eli (Apple) and then all three of us had a really good conversation and it was very productive and I’ll just leave it at that. It’s between them and they were really great. I’ll just leave it alone.”
Then a whole other story broke.
Eli Apple apparently had been arguing with a coach Tim Walton about talking part of practice with the scout team. This is the latest headline Apple has made over the last few weeks as his poor play has been a vital reason for the negative attention.
Eli Apple’s suspension today was due in part to his refusal to take the field with the scout team, source says. @RapSheet says he then got into it with a coach.
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) December 27, 2017
Dan Graziano broke the news that the Giants could cut Apple at the end of the season with little to no penalty to their salary cap. Apple would be another face on this defense that was outstanding last season that could be wearing another uniform other then blue.
Eli Apple's contract includes clauses that allow the Giants to void his guaranteed money in 2017, 2018 and 2019 if, among other things, "Player is suspended by the NFL or by the Club" or "Player engages in conduct reasonably judged by the Club to… https://t.co/O2C52uhVw7
— Dan Graziano (@DanGrazianoESPN) December 27, 2017
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