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Giants Release Josh Brown Amid Domestic Violence Investigation

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The Giants this afternoon "cut ties" with embattled K Josh Brown about an hour after he "apologized to the team in a statement." Brown "landed on the commissioner’s exempt list Friday in the wake of the league re-opening its investigation" into his domestic violence arrests. Brown's rel...

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