Q: Former Giants receiver Amani Toomer used a disparaging term (Gestapo) to describe you, then issued an apology. Did you get a personal apology?
RG: "I have not heard from Amani Toomer."
Q: Considering the number of inflammatory remarks that have been out there, how much of a challenge is it for you to try to bridge the gap between the league and players — and ex-players — that has surfaced during this tense period?
RG: "This is a labor dispute. There are negotiations going on. I don't get myself caught up in the rhetoric, or any kind of personal comments that are made. The best thing that can be done is we get back to negotiating, and we resolve this in a fair manner. That's how we've been successful, is by working together to do that. I don't think it's beneficial for us as a league — and that includes everybody, players, business partners — to be dividing the league. We need to work together to address the issues, find solutions and continue to deliver great football. That's what fans want."
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