New York Giants left tackle Ereck Flowers had his worst game of the season on Sunday evening against the Green Bay Packers. The second-year tackle out of Miami couldn't deal with Clay Matthews, Kyler Fackrell, or Jayrone Elliott, and he yielded a sack and seven pressures on Eli Manning, who was under duress for much of the game.

Things got even worse for Flowers after the game, when he reportedly shoved a reporter in the locker room. Per a report from, this is how it went down: Flowers was giving an interview to two reporters when a third -- ESPN's Jordan Raanan -- walked over to the area near his locker.

Flowers then interrupted the question he was being asked to tell Raanan to leave the area. When Raanan wouldn't leave, Flowers shoved him out of the way.

Flowers: "Hey, get out my face man. Don't come over here."

When Raanan didn't move, Flowers moved his face close to the reporter's and asked, "You hear me?"

Raanan: "I'm just trying to do my job."

Flowers: "Go over there."

Raanan: "I'm just trying to do my job."

Flowers: "Get the (expletive) out of my face, bro.

Raanan: "I'm just trying to do my job."

Flowers then said, "Go over there, man," as he shoved Raanan.

Flowers turned back to his locker and Raanan walked away.

Both Ranaan, who was not injured in the incident, and the Giants declined to comment on the incident.