"I spoke with him (NY Giants HC) and it was a conversation that needed to be had. I have to exercise better judgment. The behavior I displayed was despicable and deserved that action. I have to learn from this experience and move on. I expressed myself in a manner that in no way, shape or form helped this team. I was not really thinking properly. That’s the basis of it.
Football is a game of aggression,” McKenzie said. “You’re trying to impose your will and then you lose your cool. It’s just not right. It was a mistake. I can learn from it. I looked outside the ultimate goal, which is the team. I got caught up in all that was going on around me and I did not exercise good judgment. I will get better from this.”