The Associated Press
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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The New York Giants have started discussions about placekicker Josh Brown and his future with the team a day after returning from a game in London.
Coach Ben McAdoo said Monday that the team’s front office met to talk about Brown, and that he would probably join those talks either later in the evening or on Tuesday morning.
The NFL placed Brown on paid leave Friday after the kicker disclosed in journals and emails released by authorities in the state of Washington that he abused his wife.
The Giants did not allow Brown to leave with them Thursday for London for Sunday’s 17-10 win over the Los Angeles Rams.
Being placed on Commissioner Roger Goodell’s ”exempt” list means Brown cannot attend practices or Giants games but can go to team’s headquarters for meetings and workouts. McAdoo said Brown was not there Monday, but the players had the day off.