The New York Giants’ turbulent offseason got another jolt this week when disgruntled tight end Jeremy Shockey and general manager Jerry Reese got into a shouting match at the team’s minicamp, according to New York-area media reports.
The Bergen (N.J.) Record first reported that the shouting match between Shockey and Reese took place. A team source confirmed there was an argument between Shockey and Reese, although when it occurred was not clear, the New York Daily News reported.
Although the genesis of the disagreement is unknown, Shockey said last week he was unhappy the Giants made him sit in co-owner Steve Tisch’s luxury box instead of letting him stay on the field during Super Bowl XLII. He also said the Giants spread rumors he wanted a trade.