Giants S Landon Collins fired back at CB Eli Apple's claim on Thursday that Collins hasn't tried to help him with the recent turmoil he's been dealing with.
"I guess he don't remember things," Collins told reporters when informed of Apple's claim that he hadn't tried to help him.
Apple had earlier suggested Collins was a liar, responding "no" to a question of whether Collins had spoken to him and tried to help him.
After being told that Collins said he reached out to try to help him and asking if that was true, Apple again responded "no."
"Landon, no, but I talked to Brandon Marshall," Apple said. "DRC [Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie] always been a good person to talk to because he kinda went through the same thing when he was like around my age a little bit.''
Apple has been benched for four-straight games, and angered interim head coach Steve Spagnuolo for tweeting during the middle of Sunday's loss to the Cowboys.
Shortly after practice, Collins sent a tweet that appeared to be in reference to Apple.
Tweet about that and watch what happens💯- LANDON COLLINS (@TheHumble_21) December 14, 2017
"It's got to be tough man, just on and off the field," Rodgers-Cromartie said on Monday about Apple. "Being a young guy it's kind of hard to deal with those things if you don't have someone you can lean on in the locker room. That's why I always try to talk to him and to let him know, 'Man, I been there where you been, trust me. You ain't seen nobody do it my way.' And I try to tell him that, from the standpoint of doing things the wrong way. I don't want to see him go down that path."