Found August 23, 2012 on Big Giants Boom:
Prince Amukamara gets out of the tub after teammate Jason Pierre-Paul tosses him in  as a prank during Giants preseason. Photo courtesy of CBSnews Frank Gray BGB Editor The New York Giants are like any other team when it comes to preseason rituals. Every team in sports adopts a certain amount of practical jokes for rookies to add to their locker room arsenal for the first few weeks of a given preseason. Some teams make rookies carry pink handbags, some make them go on donut runs. Either way, it's all in the spirit of fun and camaraderie. It is something that players do to build a friendship, not just a working relationship. It is a necessity. A rite of passage for a rookie to partake in. When the Giants punter, Steve Weatherford. tweeted a video of Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul tossing Giants CB Prince Amukamara into a cold tub last week, it was wrong. Not because Prince got wet or a fear or catching a cold or worse, an injury, but because Weatherford broke a ca...
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