Future Hall of Famer Randy Moss let his opinion be known on Josh Brown and the NFL’s handling on the kicker.
“Josh Brown does not need to be in this league anymore. Whatever they did they made a mistake,” Moss said on ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown.
The NFL reopened its domestic violence investigation of Brown. The kicker originally served a one-game suspension for the domestic violence incident before coming under fire again following additional documents detailing the extent of the alleged abuse.
The Giants placed the embattled kicker on the NFL’s Reserve/Commissioner Exempt List on Friday. Meaning that he will still collect checks while he is exempt from participating.
Moss, like many others, isn’t happy with how the NFL is handling the situation and believes a large portion of the blame should be cast upon the Giants and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
“But one thing that really disturbs me about this whole situation is what took place last year. (The Giants) knew about it. Reported it to the NFL and Roger Goodell,” Moss said. “(The Giants) done sign this man to a two-year contract extension, knowing what y’all already knew. So that’s another black eye and smack in the face through the whole National Football League.”
The former wideout then put the onus squarely on the commissioner.
“Roger Goodell, he’s the biggest reason all this is falling down with the NFL.”