Giants co-owner John Mara took a swipe at WR Odell Beckham Jr. while speaking at the owner's meetings on Tuesday in New York City.
"I think he needs to do a little more playing and a little less talking," Mara said, according to Judy Battista of NFL.com.
Mara added that he hasn't spoken to Beckham since the interview he gave to ESPN before Week 5, saying "I think enough people have spoken to him."
Beckham has been taking heat for that candid interview, when he said "I don't know" when asked if Eli Manning was a problem for the team at quarterback. During that same interview, Beckham was also hesitant to say he was happy in New York. And he took what appeared to be a shot at head coach Pat Shurmur when he discussed getting "out-schemed."
Though he spoke to the Giants before the interview aired after realizing some of what he said might be taken the wrong way, Beckham recently said that he won't apologize for saying how he feels.
"If I feel bad for anything, I feel bad for one that people have to answer questions about it and not knowing my true intention or where my heart is in the message," Beckham said on the latest edition of UNINTERRUPTED, his Facebook series. "I feel bad that the message was -- I won't even put it on someone else, not taken wrongly -- but the message was perceived wrong."
"If I'm not allowed to put my foot down and say I'm tired of losing, that's tough for me to deal with, bro," Beckham explained. "Like, I'm having a hard time dealing with that."
The 25-year-old Beckham, who has spoken all season about his frustration regarding his own playing and the state of the team, has 45 receptions for 506 yards and one touchdown.
He is averaging a career-low 11.2 yards per catch, and his longest reception so far has been 33 yards.