posted on May, 7 2004 @ 08:22 AM
Tom Coughlin, the get- tough new coach of the New York Giants, has drawn complaints from veteran players that his off-season programs are too strict.
Complaints have come to the NFLPA from Giants players.
"Numerous Giants have informed my office of activities in the offseason that the players believe violate the rules," NFLPA executive Director Gene
Upshaw told SportsLine.com. "Nothing is mandatory for veterans in the offseason except for one minicamp. If I get one guy complain, you'd listen, but
when several players start complaining to my office, then I've got a problem. We are investigating, we have a right to ask for this information, but
all we're trying to see is if there has been a violation of rules."
I'm guessing that the Giants are gonna suck this year, there doesn't seem to be much unity coming out of that locker room.
[Edited on 7-5-2004 by Ocelot]