ARLINGTON, Texas — New York Giants rookie receiver Kadarius Toney had his best game of his short NFL career, and had to apologize for it.
The Giants had no problem with his 10 catches for 189 yards in the 44-20 loss to the Cowboys on Sunday.
Getting kicked out of the game in the fourth quarter for punching Cowboys safety Damontae Kazee didn’t sit well with coach Joe Judge.
He had some choice words for the 20th overall pick in the draft as he left the field.
Toney could face a suspension by the league for the incident.
"Wanna take the time out to apologize to the entire organization, Owners, My Teammates and the entire #BigBlue…your emotions just can get the best of you sometimes…..No Excuses just actions," Toney tweeted Monday morning.