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New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin expressed his displeasure with the viral video of Jason Pierre-Paul throwing Prince Amukamara into a cold tub.
“I’m going to look into it. I’m going to talk to the parties involved,” Coughlin said, per Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News. “As I’m understanding it, there were some parts of it that were inappropriate. In no way is anything that occurs within this family or group, should that be a part of any kind of social media. So I’m going to address that thoroughly. I’ve spent a little time on that this preseason. So I’ll look into it further.”
At the most Coughlin will likely fine Weatherford for taking the video and posting it online and fine Pierre-Paul for throwing Prince in the cold tub.
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(1.) Where was New York media last week when Giants rookie wide receiver Rueben Randle was bound with tape and thrown into a ice pool (uploaded by Corey Webster)? (2.) Tom Coughlin suddenly has an issue with locker room antics reaching social media? (3.) What’s worse: throwing a helpless guy into an ice pool or dunking Prince Amukamara, who has use of his hands to get out of the...
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