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New York Giants news, 10/3: Amukamara reacts to Rolle's sex comment

New York Giants headlines for Friday, 10/3.

Al Bello

Good morning, New York Giants. I guess we begin today venturing back into an odd place we went Thursday -- talking about the sex life of cornerback Prince Amukamara.

Here is what Amukamara said Thursday about Rolle's comment that getting married and losing his virginity was helping the fourth-year cornerback play better.

"It was ... I know Antrel meant no harm towards it. Me and Antrel, we always joke around, not about stuff like that. I don't know what to say. I felt that it was comical. I know I'm going to have a lot of explaining to do to my wife because I know her phone's probably blowing up," Amukamara said. But just out of respect for her, I don't want to comment on what happens in mine and my wife's house.

"To talk about my play, though, I feel like I've prepared great this offseason, physically and mentally. Antrel has actually been helping me a lot, and DRC, so with all those ingredients, I feel like that's why I'm playing like how I'm playing."

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