The New York Giants continue to look worse as more information comes out about kicker Josh Brown.
It turns out Brown, who was suspended for the first game of the 2016 season, admitted he abused his wife, Molly, in some pretty disturbing documents from 2015 that were released through various media outlets Thursday.
Giants owner John Mara already has admitted New York re-signed Brown over the offseason despite knowing about the domestic violence allegations, and he went into further details about what the team knew during an interview with WFAN’s Mike Francesa on Thursday.
The Giants announced Thursday that Brown won’t travel with the team to play in Sunday’s matchup with the Los Angeles Rams in London, but Mara admitted during the interview that further discipline still could come, as the NFL has reopened Brown’s case.
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