Giants rookie receiver Kadarius Tony agreed to take his feelings when the Cowboys took a swing at Cowboys safety Damonte Kazi in Sunday’s 44-20 loss.
After dropping him out of the game in the fourth quarter, Tony apologized in a tweet Monday morning.
“I want to take the time to apologize to the entire organization, the owners, my team members and the whole # Big Blue,” he wrote, adding a blue-hearted emoji. “Your emotions can sometimes get the best of you… .. just don’t forgive.”
The event is evaluated by the NFL, but the penalty is considered higher than the suspension.
After chewing Tony on the side, Giants head coach Joe Judge said Tony’s actions were “unforgivable” or “unacceptable.”
The University of Florida product had a breakout game with 10 catches for 189 yards before throwing him.
Sunday’s event marks the second time Tony has made headlines for an on-field drama at the end of this season.
Last month, he appeared to be in tension with the judge during Washington’s defeat – and later shared a secret message to Instagram that highlights the issue of his role in New York.
Tony then cleared the air on Twitter and claimed that everything was “fine here” with the Giants.