Running back Brandon Jacobs is out of the work at the moment and, according to a report, he's looking to reunite with his old pals in New York.
One of the more outspoken characters in the Cowboys-Giants rivalry is no longer a member of the Giants.
The Dallas Cowboys couldn't hold off the visiting Giants on Sunday night, as New York beat Dallas by a final of 37-34.
It's been a back-and-forth affair so far, but Dallas leads at half, 17-15.
With Ahmad Bradshaw and Danny Ware struggling with injury, Brandon Jacobs may find himself lonely in the New York backfield on Sunday.
That's what nose tackle Jay Ratliff thinks, anyway; we'll respectfully and staunchly disagree until further notice.
This is a big surprise, considering the long, prickly history between the two.
Patrick Crayton and Brandon Jacobs will meet again this week and, judging by their history, the smack talking will reach deafening levels.
The rivalry might be a dying breed in the NFL, but the NFC East, and the uber-competitive figures therein might just be bringing animosity back.