Giants suspend safety Kamrin Moore after assault charges for vicious attack on woman

By Jesse Reed

The New York Giants have suspended safety Kamrin Moore “until further notice” after he was arrested and charged with third-degree aggravated assault.

Ryan Dunleavy of NJ.com provided harrowing details of the alleged attack, which was reported as being vicious in nature.

“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.”

Shockingly, police weren’t called to the scene of the alleged attack. Instead, the woman Moore is accused of assaulting walked to the police station afterward to report the attack.

Moore was a sixth-round pick out of Boston College last year. He appeared in two games but did not register any official stats.