According to ESPN, Dallas Cowboy Flozell 'Dirtbag' Adams might be facing a suspension for his actions toward Justin Tuck Sunday.
Adams deserves one, no doubt. And Tom Coughlin agrees. Even if he won't say it exactly that way.
"I think that there is no place in our game for the act that he took," said Coughlin.
Michael Boley said he was impressed by the work of young linebackers Jonathan Goff and Clint Sintim Sunday.
"They did good. I haven’t had a chance to get in to watch the film but from what I saw and felt on the field I thought they did a pretty good job," Boley said. "Each person brings something different to the field. Goff’s first start, he was excited, he was real up-tempo and upbeat, and you like that, especially when you have guys in there who are kind of new to it. They hit it running and hit it going full speed, so it’s good."
Justin Tuck will be part of a group of athletes who will preside over the ringing of the Nasdaq Opening Bell Tuesday morning. All Stars Helping Kids foundation founder and NFL Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott will join Tuck, Raiders cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, women's basketball pioneer Nancy Lieberman, Olympian and World Champion sprinter Lauryn Williams and MLS All Star Stuart Holden for the bell-ringing ceremony. Fans can watch the ceremony on Tuesday at 9:15 a.m. by launching this link: http://www.nasdaq.com/about/