From Ralph Vacchiano of the NY Daily News comes a priceless tidbit regarding Corey Webster's extra-curriculars on Sunday with Santana Moss of the Washington Redskins.
Giants cornerback Corey Webster is one of the last guys anyone on the team would expect to get into an on-field fight, but that’s exactly what happened early in the second quarter on Sunday. Webster got into a slapping/shoving match with Redskins receiver Santanta Moss.
And his actions earned him a personal foul and got him in a little post-game hot water.
No, not with Tom Coughlin … with Webster’s 4-year-old nephew.
Webster, upon his return to the locker room, noticed a text from his nephew’s father that read "Your nephew wants to talk to you about the fight." It wasn’t a phone call that Webster was looking forward to.
"You never want to display nothing like that on the field," Webster said. "I don’t know how everybody else feels, but I have a little boy that’s four, my nephew that’s four and a nephew that’s six, and my nephew called me up and said ‘That’s not right.’ So I have to have a conversation with him when he gets off from school. It’s like he’s the parent. He’s trying to tell me it’s not right."
Now, Mr. Webster, go write "I will not fight" on the blackboard 1,000 times.
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