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Giants’ Joe Judge: Kadarius Toney’s Ejection for Throwing Punch Won’t Be ‘Condoned’

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Independent of whatever the NFL does, New York Giants novice Kadarius Toney can anticipate some repercussions from his coaches after getting ejected from Sunday’s 44-20 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.

” That’s not going to be appropriate,” Giants head coach Joe Judge informed press reporters. “That’s not going to be excused.”

Toney was dismissed in the 4th quarter after tossing a punch at Cowboys security Damontae Kazee.

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The ejection eclipsed Toney’s 10 receptions for 189 backyards. The 2021 first-round choice had 10 captures for 92 backyards in 4 video games going into Sunday.

Though Judge was stern in attending to the scenario, it appears uncertain the Giants will impose their own suspension versus Toney. Judge stated he would “let the league handle that” when inquired about the wideout possibly missing out on whenever.

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Here’s Joe Judge’s complete quote on Kadarius Toney getting ejected:

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Joe Judge was asked if the group would think about possible discipline for Toney, beyond what the NFL might do:

” I’m not gon na enter into hypotheticals today. I’m gon na go through the entire scenario and collect info.”

Based on current precedent, a fine is the likeliest result.

Former Chicago Bears receiver Anthony Miller prevented a suspension after punching C.J. Gardner-Johnson throughout in 2015’s playoffs. New Orleans Saints star Cameron Jordan and Denver Broncos cornerback Michael Ojemudia satisfied the very same fate for comparable offenses.

Javon Wims, then of the Bears, did get a two-game restriction one season back after heading out of his method to toss numerous punches at Gardner-Johnson.

Were the NFL to come down hard on Toney, it’s precisely what a banged-up Giants offense does not require.

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Out for the Giants throughout the video game:

– QB Daniel Jones
– RB Saquon Barkley
– WR Kenny Golladay

Out prior to the video game:
– WR Sterling Shepard
– WR Darius Slayton
– T Andrew Thomas

Who’s left:
– WR Kadarius Toney
– WR Kadarius Toney
– WR Kadarius Toney

During training school, the Giants were associated with a short team-wide fracas. Judge’s reaction was requiring the gamers to run the length of the field and do additional push-ups. Toney might wish to steel himself now for a tough couple of days of practice this coming week.

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