Giants kicker admits domestic violence in documents

Kicker Josh Brown of the New York Giants was re-signed in 2015 to a two-year, $4 million dealNew York Giants kicker Josh Brown admits committing domestic violence upon his ex-wife in letters, messages and a journal, according to police documents related to a 2015 arrest. “I have abused my wife,” the NFL player wrote in a journal entry that was part of the material obtained in an investigation stemming from Brown’s May 2015 arrest and included in the case file unveiled Wednesday by the King County Sheriff’s Office in Washington state. In light of the revelations, the NFL said Thursday it would reopen its own probe of Brown that could result in league discipline, and the Giants announced that he would not travel with the team to London for Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Rams.

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