Well, it seems as if the New York Giants front-office overhaul is finally spurring the change in culture the team so desperately needed.
Cornerback Eli Apple plagued the team with bad energy and drama throughout the 2017 season. He was suspended in the season finale and was torn apart by teammates on a weekly basis.
He was continuosly attacked by star safety Landon Collins and not to mention the fan base. But Apple might finally be turning a corner, as he took to Instagram to refurbish his relationship with Collins.
Apple is actually trying!
Apple posted a picture of him standing next to Collins, expressing how excited he is to get back to playing.
Of course, we can’t let Apple off the hook just yet, but at the very least we can assume he’s trending in the right direction.
It’s also safe to say Dave Gettleman made it very clear to the young corner that any more drama would result in the end of his career with the Giants, and would likely spell trouble for him in the future with any NFL team.
The change in culture is exactly what the team and Apple needed, as the shenanigans that ensued last season won’t be tolerated in ’18.