Give Giants coach Tom Coughlin credit for consistency.
He still doesn’t mind flaunting the notion that voluntary OTAs are anything other than mandatory.
Via Bart Hubbuch of the New York Post, Coughlin was asked again today if he was disappointed in the absence of wide receiver Hakeem Nicks, and replied: “Certainly I am.”
He also said that Nicks “at one point” told him he’d show up, but then offered no explanation for his absence.
So far, we’ve heard that it’s not because of his contract, but it’s clearly about something. And the longer it goes, the more complicated it gets.
And Coughlin clearly isn’t happy about it.