NEW YORK (WFAN/AP) — Embattled Giants RB Brandon Jacobs will meet with GM Jerry Reese on Monday and request to be traded, reports Vinny DiTrani of the Bergen Record.

DiTrani first posted the news via Twitter.

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“According to a source, Brandon Jacobs will meet with Giants management today and ask to be traded. Might not be a bad idea for both sides,” tweeted DiTrani.

The report comes just one day after an embarrassing moment for Jacobs in Sunday’s loss to the Indianapolis Colts.

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Jacobs, who has lost his starting position to Ahmad Bradshaw, apparently tried to throw his helmet down, but instead, it flew into the stands. Security personnel had to retrieve the helmet from the fans while Jacobs appeared to be explaining to coach Tom Coughlin what happened.

“I was frustrated and went to throw it down on the ground, and it got caught on my finger and went into (the stands),” he said. “I apologize for that. It was frustration on my part.”

Jacobs had three carries for 8 yards in the first half and had just one rush for no yards in the third period. It was just one of many things that went wrong for the Giants in the 38-14 loss.

Coughlin said he didn’t see the incident.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.