GIANTS’ KADARIUS TONEYSORRY FOR PUNCHING COWBOYS PLAYER… During Loss


NFL rookie Kadarius Toney is apologizing for swinging on a Dallas Cowboys player during the N.Y. Giants’ loss on Sunday … saying he let his emotions get the best of him.

The incident went down with 6 minutes left in the 4th quarter … when safety Damontae Kazee slammed Toney to the ground after making a first down catch.

The 22-year-old quickly bounced up and threw a punch in retaliation … and was ejected from the game.


Joe Judge was clearly pissed with Toney’s actions … barking at the receiver as he made his way to the sidelines.

Now, Toney is owning up to his mistake … saying, “Wanna take the time out to apologize to the entire organization, Owners, My Teammates and the entire #BigBlue,” he tweeted Monday.

“Your emotions just can get the best of you sometimes … No Excuses just actions #ThankYall”

Toney will now face punishment from the league … but it sounds like he will NOT be suspended for his actions.

The Giants are currently 1-4 and dead last in the NFC East … so it’s good to hear he won’t be missing any time.

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