NFL investigating Giants' potentially illegal two-way radio use vs. Cowboys


December 16, 2016 · 508 views
NFL investigating Giants' potentially illegal two-way radio use vs. Cowboys

According to New York Post, the New York Giants might have violated NFL rules when they used a two-way radio on the sideline of Sunday night’s Week 14 game against the Dallas Cowboys.

Eli Manning told the New York Post that there were communication problems during a brief stretch early in the game.

“I’m kind of sitting there waiting for the play, and it was a TV timeout. I went to the sideline, ‘Hey, you got a play for me?’” Manning said on Thursday after practice. “He was going and I’m not hearing it. We had another minute, and then it popped on right before we were gonna start. “I just wasn’t getting anything, so I had to run to the sideline to get the plays,” Manning said. “Four plays maybe, we don’t have signals for stuff. It happened to be all run plays. If it’s pass plays, [backup quarterback Ryan] Nassib or somebody could signal them to me. I had to run to the sideline, sometimes he was giving it to Odell [Beckham Jr.] right there, and Odell would run to me and get the play in. Like high school.”

via sports.yahoo.com

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