The Giants have dry-docked kicker Josh Brown, whose domestic violence case has been reopened after new details surfaced out of his home state of Washington. The Giants have replaced Brown with veteran Robbie Gould for the game in London. More discipline is expected in the coming days, but the news left some of Brown's teammates and coaches stunned.
Special Team Coordinator Tom Quinn: "Obviously, it's tough what he's going through. I don't agree with domestic violence and all of that. He's trying to change. The new material coming out was probably a shock to all of us."
Punter Brad Wing: "I don't have anything to say about that. We have a big game coming up. We have a lot going on this week. Making a very long trip. That's really all that I'm focused on. I don't have anything to say about that situation...He went out there and did his job today. That was good. ... I don't know exactly what incident you're talking about. I just know he was going through a divorce with his wife."
CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie: "I know Josh Brown. I know him personally. He's like a brother. We have Bible studies here. He's the leader of that group. It's hurtful what he's going through but I'm definitely here for him. He's helped me grow a lot from being a man off the field. I've learned a lot from him. To just see what he's going through, I'm hurt for him. I'm here if he needs a shoulder, a hug or just to talk. I definitely know the kind of man that he is. I know that's not him. I know the things I've learned from him."
WR Victor Cruz: "Obviously, it is an unfortunate situation for all parties. But as a teammate, I am behind Josh Brown. I just want him to get himself right and make sure that he is able to overcome these things. It is not an easy thing, obviously involving his personal life. But as an individual, I just want him to overcome and see where it goes."