After hitting the game-winning field goal on Sunday, Giants kicker Josh Brown said he won’t address his domestic violence arrest, which got him suspended for Week One.
“I have nothing to say about it — literally nothing,’’ he said. “It was a single moment, an act. My family and I have addressed these issues long before anybody else ever found out or talked about it. My family and I have moved on. My concern is my children and that’s it.’’
Brown referred to it as “a single moment,” but there were actually two incidents that got police involved: The initial complaint by his ex-wife in which Brown was arrested, and a later incident in which police said Brown violated the restraining order she had against him. And Brown’s ex-wife told police he was violent with her 20 times.
But when Brown previously addressed the matter he called it “just a moment,” and when he was asked on Sunday if he regrets his previous comments, he answered, “No, not one thing.’’
The NFL has still not explained why Brown was only suspended one game.