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After a nervous game on Thursday night, Sept. 30, and in a social media post that he found his limited role in the Giants ’crime to be“ crippled, ”host Kadarius Tony spoke to head coach.

“Whatever you say there,” Joe Judj said, “make sure you don’t have to explain, explain, or defend.”

The lesson was not learned.

Tony left a lot to explain, explain, and defend in a tweet he wrote Wednesday night, in which he tried to portray the catastrophic crash involving former Raiders receiver Henry Ruggs III as a human error.

The judge said he spoke to Toney and the Giants in general about the crash, in which the Las Vegas prosecutor’s office said Ruggs, whose blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit in Nevada, drove another car at more than 150 miles per hour before reversing. killing the woman inside.

“I talked to Kadarius. It’s important that we understand how we express our words and put them there, ”the judge said after Thursday’s session.“ After all, our prayers are with everyone. in whatever form or form it denies the consequences, it is terrible for both parties. ”

The referee noted that the former Alabama star Ruggs has a lot of relationships across the league, which causes players to feel more empathy than anger.

But Tony, who did not speak in public on Thursday, appears to have shown no sympathy for the victim in his widely criticized tweet.

“We young people …..everyone makes mistakes,” Tony wrote. You all look at a situation like “this or that” and you don’t either … you talk too much… .he knows he broke it, so don’t drag them out …… it’s stupid for me…. just pray for the families involved. ”

The judge noted that 22-year-old Tony’s heart is in the right place and he is a “very smart man” who could be a coach. The coach had a lot to do.

Joe Judge will speak with Cadarius Tony in training on Thursday.

Tony’s outspokenness hasn’t played in seven games this year, with 27 passes for 343 yards, and at times resembled an explosive threat that the Giants needed. But his sentiments on the pitch sent him off the game in 189 weeks after he punched Damontae Kazi in Dallas in a brawl.

Tony apologized after the game and took responsibility and said “everyone makes mistakes.”

Growing individuals learn from them. The judge said he appreciates that Tony is a man who doesn’t apologize and is willing to talk.

Sometimes this means that he, intentionally or not, downplays the horrific incident that led to the woman’s death and the horrific incident in which Ruggs was accused of driving under the influence of alcohol, resulting in death and careless driving.

“I have no questions [Toney’s] character. I think it’s important for people to understand that – I’m always talking about it, I can deal with personality, ”the judge said of Tony, who is practically limited by a thumb injury. not necessarily.

“He’s a young player and we need to continue to help this guy grow professionally.”

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