Although Josh Brown's fate in New York hasn't been decided yet, one decision has been made: The kicker won't be traveling with the team to London.
"In light of the news reports regarding the documents released by the State of Washington [on Wednesday], we think it makes sense to review this newly disclosed information and to revisit this issue following our trip to London," the team said in a statement.
The Giants are scheduled to take off for London at 8:30 p.m. ET on Thursday.
Brown was suspended for the first game of the 2016 season after the NFL finished its investigation into an arrest from May 2015. The arrest occurred after an incident with his wife in Washington, which led to Brown being charged with fourth-degree domestic violence.
The NFL decided take another look at the Brown case on Thursday after the King County Sheriff's Office in Washington released new documents regarding the situation between Brown and his now ex-wife, Molly.
In the documents, which were obtained by SportsNet New York, Brown paints a picture of his everyday life through his personal journal, and none of what he describes is pretty.
In the journal, Brown admits that he's been an abusive husband.
"I have physically, mentally, emotionally and verbally been a repulsive man," Brown wrote.
In the same entry, he circled the phrase, "I have abused my wife."
The Giants statement came less than 24 hours after the new evidence came out.
"The Giants do not condone or excuse any form of domestic violence. Josh has acknowledged that he has issues in his life and has been working on these issues through therapy and counseling for a long period of time," the team said. "We remain supportive of Josh and his efforts."
The Giants haven't announced a replacement for Brown yet, however, there's a good chance that player will end up being Randy Bullock. Bullock served as the Giants kicker while Brown was suspended in Week 1. On the other hand, the Giants might decide to go another route because Bullock did struggle at times. The kicker missed an extra point in the game, which almost cost the Giants big time in a 20-19 win over the Cowboys.
Even if Bullock does end up kicking for the Giants this week, it might not turn into a permanent job because the Giants could end up keeping Brown. Team owner John Mara said on Thursday that Brown could end up being placed on the commissioner's exempt list at the league and the team both continue to investigate the latest evidence in Brown's domestic violence case.