The New York Giants haven’t taken any action regarding kicker Josh Brown’s admission to domestic abuse, yet.
The Giants kicker was at the team’s facility Thursday for practice a day after police documents containing journals and emails turned over to the police by Brown’s ex-wife revealed he abused her. The team has yet to address the latest details publicly.
Josh Brown, the embattled Giants kicker, is at Giants practice today. pic.twitter.com/ChbKuOWPHG
— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoSNY) October 20, 2016
This story first began in August after Brown was suspended one game by the NFL after a police report from a May 2015 incident between Brown and his ex-wife was released to the public. The incident culminated with Brown’s arrest after he allegedly hurt his ex-wife’s wrist during an argument.
The newest documents are much more disturbing. Brown admits to constantly abusing his ex-wife “physically, mentally and emotionally.”
“I have been a liar for most of my life,” Brown wrote in a letter to friends in March, 2014 as part of his counseling with his wife. “I objectified women and never really worried about the pain and hurt I caused them. My ability to connect emotionally to other people was zero. My empathy levels were zero.”
The Giants said they are unaware of the new documents and have not seen them, according to the New York Post’s Paul Schwartz. Bleacher Report’s Jason Cole reports the documents were not made available before Wednesday, which could play a role in the disciplinary process. NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport reports the league will review the latest development, but no discipline has been handed down yet.