Giants deny team trashed charter plane on return from Green Bay

Not yet done with their off-the-field scandals for the week, the Giants are accused of trashing the first-class cabin on their flight home from Green Bay following a wild-card loss to the Packers on Sunday.

Kids Tyrann Mathieu Jersey According to the New York Post , a United Airlines gate agent told passengers of Flight 934 their plane had been trashed by the Giants on the preceding flight, causing a three-hour delay to repair and clean the interior.

Kids Early Wynn Jersey The pilot came out and asked for everyones patience, and shared where the plane came from and that the plane needed extra help repairing and cleaning the interior, passenger Mark Kropf wrote on Twitter.

So what is termination pay We’ll let the folks at OverTheCap explain it:

Termination pay is an in-season salary guarantee that is automatically given to veteran players as a provision of the CBA. There are actually two types of termination pay. The primary one guarantees a player’s entire Paragraph 5 salary for the season. To be eligible, you have to make the roster for the first game of the season and have not collected termination pay in the past. If [a player is] released, the team owes [him] the remainder of [his] salary for the year if the player puts in a claim for the amount.

This means that because of Brown’s one-game suspension, Bullock will receive his entire $675,000 base salary instead of just a single game check. A player can use the termination-pay rule only once in his career, and it makes sense for Bullock to use it now since it would be rare for him to get such an opportunity again.

In addition to the $675,000 he’ll get from the Giants, he’ll have received $159,000 in total game checks from the Steelers and Bengals. That comes out to $834,000 for the season, which isn’t bad for someone who played for three teams and made only eight field goals this season.

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