Found August 22, 2012 on CJ Sports NFL Talk:
Prince Amukamara received an unexpected bath recently, but the New York Giants are hardly getting away squeaky clean. The practice of pranking rookies and forcing them to do stupid things dates back years. The practice of hazing a sophomore seems like a relatively new concept, but the G-Men have already mastered the art. Not everyone’s onboard with their movement, however, and those concerned mother hens need to relax. Amukamara, a second-year cornerback, was recently thrown into a tub of cold water by teammate Jason Pierre-Paul. Video footage of the incident — containing strong language, plenty of yelling and a rather confused Amukamara — has since surfaced and gone viral after Giants punter Steve Weatherford posted the clip to his Twitter. All fun and games, right? Perhaps. But that’s not necessarily the unanimous mindset of those on the outside looking in. Instead, there’s been ample backlash from the media and fans, with some wondering whether the tub toss reveals an underlying ...
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