NFL teams are in a huge mess. This is no doubt the worst NFL season in decades. From most popular, professional, successful and favorite league, the NFL is slowly becoming a perfect example of unprofessional, spoiled and boring liberal show. The egos of the players are huge, and that makes the internal troubles inside the teams even worse. NY Giants star suddenly left his team and Giants coach is having a troublesome headache now.
After losing three wide receivers to season-ending injuries in one game, the New York Giants now have to deal with an indefinite absence of a veteran defensive back — and not because of an injury.
The team announced after its practice Wednesday that defensive back Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie has been suspended because of a disagreement he had with coach Ben McAdoo.
Rodgers-Cromartie left the team’s facility prior to practice, which triggered the suspension.“DRC came in yesterday, we had a conversation that was personal upstairs. He came in today, decided to leave. We will suspend him,” McAdoo said. “We had a conversation yesterday, he came into the building this morning, decided to leave and we will put him on suspension.”
Coach McAdoo: DRC came in today and decided to leave. We will suspend him. #NYGiants
— New York Giants (@Giants) October 11, 2017
While McAdoo did not reveal the nature of the conversation he had with Rodgers-Cromartie, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network said the disagreement carried over from the defensive back being upset with being taken out during the first half of Sunday’s loss to the Los Angeles Chargers.
After Odell Beckham controversy and his bad karma injury, NY Giants are now having another huge ‘gap’ to fill in their team to be even competitive this season. This team was one of the loudest protesting teams and now they face the true taste of bad karma. The ‘oppressed’ millionaires are, obviously, having problems with their ego, not oppression.
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