Signs on Wednesday pointed to veteran cornerback William Gay joining the Giants and the deal has come together.
Agent Jerrold Colton announced on Twitter that Gay has signed with the Giants. He joins Curtis Riley and Teddy Williams as new additions to a cornerback group while Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie was released in March.
He has playfully tweeted at the league apologizing for his actions, but he insists he has been treated unfairly recently.
“I kind of feel like I’m getting that Rasheed Wallace treatment, just, quick trigger, quick trigger,” said Morris.
Celtics coach Brad Stevens said he is not worried about Morris’ ejections. And Morris has pledged to not let his temper get the best of him in the playoffs.
“Going in the playoffs, that’s nothing to worry about. I promise I won’t get no techs unless we’re just getting blatantly cheated,” said Morris. “I want my team to win, so I won’t put my team in jeopardy or anything like that. But I’m still passionate about the game, like I said.”
The coroner’s office apologized for “the misidentification and any confusion created by it.” The ministry did not say how the error occurred.
“Our condolences go out to the family of Parker Tobin,” the ministry’s statement said. “Unfortunately, Parker is one of the 15 that have lost their lives in this terrible tragedy. Parker had been misidentified and was previously believed to have survived.”
Both Tobin and Labelle were members of the Humboldt Broncos team. The deceased also include coach Darcy Haugan, bus driver Glen Doerksen and nine other players.
The Broncos were en route to a playoff game Friday when a truck carrying peat moss collided with their bus. The players were between the ages of 16 and 21.
Fourteen people were injured in the crash. As of Monday afternoon, 12 remained in the hospital, according to the Saskatchewan Health Authority; four patients are in critical condition, four patients are in serious condition, and four patients are in stable condition.