Landon Collins will not be backing down from his feedback on Eli Apple.
A day after calling the second-year cornerback a “most cancers” and calling for the Giants to do away with him, Collins continued to bash his teammate.
“I really feel like he is checked out,” Collins advised ESPN’s Josina Anderson. “… In case you return to the sport on Sunday, Eli was sitting down on the sideline. That is not what we want proper now.”
Apple didn’t play a single defensive snap throughout Sunday’s 23-Zero loss to the Cardinals. As a substitute, he was relegated to seven snaps with particular groups.
An NJ.com report over the weekend detailed private points — which embody a falling out along with his stepfather and serving to his mother undergo mind surgical procedure — which have performed a think about Apple’s disappointing season.
Collins, the one Big to be chosen to the Professional Bowl, doesn’t see it as an excuse for the best way Apple has performed and acted this season.
“All of us undergo our family issues,” he advised Anderson. “I’ve to go to work and be an expert.”