EAST RUTHERFORD, N. J. -- New York Giants tight end Brandon Myers said on Monday that there are no issues in the locker room and that he wasn't cussed out by a teammate.
This comes on the heels of Myers firing off a couple of emotionally charged tweets in which he strongly hinted that he was the target of some criticism by teammates following Sunday's 23-0 loss to the Seattle Seahawks
The flap began a couple of hours after the Giants' blowout when Myers tweeted, "Getting cussed out for encouraging ppl am (sic) telling them they did a good job is mind blowing."
He followed that up with another tweet that said, "If ppl on this team wanna take shots at me an (sic) say I have no passion, they are mistaken. I give everything I have each an (sic) every week."
About an hour later, Myers tweeted again, saying that his "emotions got the best of me" and that he just wanted to win, a sentiment he reiterated in the locker room on Monday.
"It wasn't in reaction to somebody; it was just being frustrated," he said. "I used poor words; I used poor judgment. I should have just waited until today."
Myers insisted that there was no hard feelings a day after his rant, and re-affirmed his commitment to be part of the solution moving forward.
"The thing that we have to do the next two weeks is just stick together as a team and play together and try to get two wins," he said.
And if they don't, Myers will be sure to heed the organization's advice when it comes to using social media.
"Like they tell us all the time, 'Think before what you say and what you put out there.' It was just a bad part on me and I'm just going to move on," Myers said.