This is the best way to end your career in the National Football League.
On Monday, the New York Giants announced the suspension of Kamrin Moore, who was charged with aggravated assault in domestic violence incident in New Jersey.
The Giants allegedly punched a woman, knocking her unconscious and stepped on her neck.
“Moore is accused of placing his foot on the unidentified woman’s neck and applying pressure during an incident outside of his home on Thursday night, according to Linden police. After she got to her feet, the woman told police she began yelling at Moore and pushed him, and he responded by punching her in the face with a closed fist and causing her to lose consciousness, according to the report.
The woman was taken by a friend to Rahway Hospital and suffered visible injuries to her neck and face, which police described as “bruising, swelling and abrasions.”
Here’s how the altercation started from the beginning:
“The woman said she sent Moore multiple text messages on Thursday night but did not get a reply, so she went to his residence, and a woman approached her vehicle, the affidavit states. A fight between the two women broke out, and Moore is accused of watching as they assaulted each other until the complainant fell to the ground and he became physical, the report said.
Police were not called to the scene. The woman walked in to the police department on Saturday night to file her complaint.”
The Giants released a statement this morning:
“New York Giants safety Kamrin Moore was arrested over the weekend in Linden, New Jersey, for an alleged domestic violence-related incident,” a team spokesperson told NJ Advance Media. “Moore has been suspended by the team pending further investigation.”
Moore went undrafted out of Boston College in 2018 and signed with the Giants after he was released by the New Orleans Saints.