Found August 20, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
The New York Giants players involved in the Internet video showing cornerback Prince Amukamara getting thrown into a tub of ice by teammate Jason Pierre-Paul said it was typical horseplay, although coach Tom Coughlin deemed it necessary to address his team about it, ESPN.com reported on Monday. Coughlin warned his players not to do anything that would adversely affect the team, but there was no indication that anyone would be fined or disciplined. The video shows Pierre-Paul, a defensive end, carrying Amukamara on his shoulder and tossing him head-first into the ice tub. Insensitive an obscene language is used during the video. Amukamara, Pierre-Paul and punter Steve Weatherford, who tweeted the video over the weekend, said the video was not an example of bullying or hazing. "Training camp is full of a lot of fun and a lot of pranks, and that is where you build a lot of team chemistry," Amukamara said, according to ESPN.com. "And that is how we get along ...
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