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Player commits ugly act of locker-room violence after loss.

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The New York Giants' latest loss ended with an ugly incident of locker-room violence following the game.

Giants' left tackle Ereck Flowers may face some sort of sanction after put his hands on a reporter following his team's 23-16 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. According to NJ.com's Dan Duggan, Flowers shoved ESPN reporter Jordan Raanan after he attempted to ask him questions after the game. Flowers, who has been having a dismal season, surrendered numerous pressures throughout the night and was clearly frustrated.

Duggan has the play-by-play of how the altercation went down:

Flowers: "Hey, get out my face man. Don't come over here."
When Raanan didn't move, Flowers moved his face close to the reporter's and asked, "You hear me?"
Raanan: "I'm just trying to do my job."
Flowers: "Go over there."
Raanan: "I'm just trying to do my job."
Flowers: "Get the (expletive) out of my face, bro.
Raanan: "I'm just trying to do my job."
Flowers then said, "Go over there, man," as he shoved Raanan.

While Flowers probably wasn't thrilled about answering questions about another poor performance. Raanan is correct in saying he was just doing his job. Expect the league, or the Giants to make it clear to Flowers that putting your hands on a reporter can not be tolerated.

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Source: NJ.com · Photo Credit: The Football Feed