Another week and another comment from safety Landon Collins throwing some shade at the Giants.
This time it was specifically aimed at GM Dave Gettleman after NFL Network's Mike Garafalo asked Collins if he'd say something to him when he sees him on the sideline for the first time since the move over to the Redskins.
Collins had a better idea in his mind.
"I would try to tell one of my defensive back coaches to throw the ball in that direction and give a nice little thud, a nice little run-over, a quick little 'uhh,' something like that," Collins said. "I'm going to make it real subtle, you know?
"I don't think he's got the skill level to stay on his feet. ...I don't think he's got the skill level to stay on his feet."
This comment comes just one week after Collins wouldn't say the name of his former team when being interviewed by a Washington D.C. radio station.
"It's no point," he said. "It's no point in saying their name."
This latest comment, however, is certainly the most over-the-top comment the Pro Bowler has made since his departure from Big Blue. To say he'd knock over Gettleman intentionally -- even if he did laugh it off -- isn't something one should admit.