Coach mum on Giants' awareness of Josh Brown's abuse record (The Associated Press)

The New York Giants have yet to decide whether Josh Brown will stay on the team after admitting he abused his former wife, coach Ben McAdoo said Friday in a press conference that raised more questions about the franchise’s knowledge of the kicker’s off-field behavior. McAdoo faced repeated questioning about Brown following the Giants’ first practice in London for a game Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams. At the Pro Bowl in Honolulu, Brown’s wife said she called NFL security to move her and her three children to another hotel to avoid harassment from her estranged husband.

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