Giants WR Brandon Marshall said on Tuesday that he did not spit in an Eagles fan's face during warmups prior to Sunday's game in Philadelphia.
"No, absolutely not," Marshall said. "I think that if anybody does that -- a fan, or a player -- should be suspended, should probably pay a fine, and you should have a public apology prepared and they need to read through it on camera. So, absolutely not. But, that's the world we live in. I'm sure because there was a lot of cameras around, he had his camera, all of his buddies had their cameras out. There should be video evidence of anything on his face or on his body. So, I'm not worrying about that."
Marshall wouldn't answer what happened with the fan, but said he doesn't regret getting in to a confrontation with him.
A video from SportingNews.com shows Marshall and the fan getting into an argument on the sideline during warmups. Though the video doesn't show it, the fan says in the video that Marshall spit on him as we walked away.
The video below shows Marshall being escorted away by team officials as him and the fan appear to exchange words again.
The Giants had no comment about the incident on Monday. Marshall was not asked about the incident after the game as it wasn't known to anyone at that time.
Marshall had his best game so far as a Giant on Sunday, hauling in eight catches for 66 yards in the team's 27-24 loss.