NFL coaches, front-office personnel and owners are probably better off saying nothing about domestic violence. Like New York Giants coach Ben McAdoo did in January, when asked by the New York Post what he won’t tolerate as a head coach. “Domestic violence is something that we’re all cracking down on in this league,” McAdoo said.
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New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul is not concerned about the disturbing domestic violence allegations against his teammate Josh Brown. On Monday, Pierre-Paul told reporters the Giants have not discussed Brown’s situation in the locker room. JPP actually took it a step further, saying the domestic violence allegations don’t matter. “Nothing has been talked about. It is what it is. I think he’s suspended one game,” Pierre-Paul said, per James Kratch of NJ.com. “It doesn’t matter, we’re all family around here. People have their own problems to handle. He’s still our brother and we look past it. We going to need him. Every player, we’re going to need them.” When asked if the Giants