|Oct. 20, 2016 1:40 PM PT2:40 PM MT3:40 PM CT4:40 PM ET20:40 GMT4:40 AM 北京时间1:40 PM MST3:40 PM EST3:40 PM CT0:40 UAE (+1)16:40 ETNaN:� - Brown has been released by the Giants.
Analysis: Though the team continued to support him last week, it seemed this move was only a matter of time. Brown was put on the commissioner's exempt list last week following the release of police documents which revealed he admitted to repeatedly abusing his ex-wife. It's very possible the 37-year-old has played his last game in the NFL.
|Sep. 12, 2016 12:36 PM PT1:36 PM MT2:36 PM CT3:36 PM ET19:36 GMT3:36 AM 北京时间12:36 PM MST2:36 PM EST2:36 PM CT23:36 UAE15:36 ET18:36 - The Giants added Brown to their roster on Monday, and coach Ben McAdoo said the 37-year-old veteran would be the team's kicker Sunday in the home opener against New Orleans.
Analysis: Brown was suspended by the NFL for the opening game for violating the league's personal conduct policy. The decision related to his arrest in May 2015 on a domestic violence allegation by his former wife. No charges were filed by the prosecutor. The Giants signed veteran Randy Bullock to kick in the opener. He did not attempt a field goal and made 2 of 3 extra points. Brown scored a career-high 134 points last season.
|Aug. 17, 2016 1:19 PM PT2:19 PM MT3:19 PM CT4:19 PM ET20:19 GMT4:19 AM 北京时间1:19 PM MST3:19 PM EST3:19 PM CT0:19 UAE (+1)16:19 ET19:19 - The NFL announced that Brown's ex-wife, Molly, refused to speak with the league as it investigated charges of domestic violence against the kicker.
Analysis: Brown was handed a one-game suspension Thursday for what he confirmed was a domestic violence arrest in May 2015. The NFL stated that it conducted a 10-month inquiry into the charges, during which Molly Brown turned down multiple requests to be interviewed. Josh Brown will sit out the Giants' opener against Dallas on Sept. 11.
|Apr. 18, 2016 10:38 AM PT11:38 AM MT12:38 PM CT1:38 PM ET17:38 GMT1:38 AM 北京时间10:38 AM MST12:38 PM EST12:38 PM CT21:38 UAE13:38 ET16:38 - The New York Giants have re-signed Pro Bowl placekicker Josh Brown.
Analysis: Brown scored a career-high 134 points, the fifth-highest total in the NFL and the fourth-highest total in Giants history. His previous best was 127 points with Seattle in 2007. He made 30 of 32 field goal attempts last season, a franchise-record 93.8 percent success rate, and he has hit 77 of 84 field goal tries in his three seasons with the team.