The Landon Collins-Eli Apple feud may be ending soon after Collins admitted their relationship can be repaired.
It appears Collins is done fighting with his teammate as he voiced his support for Apple while at the NCAA national championship game in Atlanta Monday night.
"My relationship can be repaired with him," Collins told The Post's Zach Braziller. "Our relationship can be mended. I don't know what his mindset is right now. He's kind of all over the place right now. You can see that with his Twitter rant. We got to have an understanding why he's playing football, because you got to be playing football to be one of the best players, not to be on the team and blowing your opportunity."
Collins' comments come after WR Odell Beckham Jr. pleaded Apple on Twitter Monday to not pay attention to everyone coming at him from the outside. However, Collins obviously had a bigger issue with Apple during the season as the two went back-and-forth following Collins saying he offered advice to the young cornerback.
Apple denied these claims, rather saying he spoke with CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and WR Brandon Marshall. The feud ultimately led Collins to call Apple a "cancer" during a radio interview.
Both players sat down with interim head coach Steve Spagnuolo to hash out their argument. Collins noted that he hasn't spoken with Apple since that meeting, and despite not giving the specifics about what was said in the meeting, he is planning to reach out to him soon.
No matter where their current relationship stands, Collins believes the Giants should retain Apple despite the problems he had in his sophomore season.
"I think the organization should keep him," Collins said. "He's a first-rounder. He does a good job when his head is on straight on the field. … I want him to be here. I want him to be under my wing, and I can continue pushing him, continuing teaching him how this game is and how this business goes, and help him grow up as much as I can."