Police seized a 9-millimeter handgun, a rifle, ammunition and pants
was wearing the night he shot himself from his New Jersey home,
One detail that is conflicting depending on the report is which weapon was loaded.
report that the rifle was loaded. The
, meanwhile, reports that the handgun was loaded.
Burress allegedly shot himself in the thigh with an unlicensed gun on Nov. 29 at a Manhattan nightclub. He has since been suspended by the Giants for the remainder of this season.
According to the
, the gun he was carrying the night of the incident was a .40-caliber Glock, and it is already in the hands of police.
Burress' attorney Benjamin Brafman told the AP
"I believe it was registered, but we're looking into that now," Brafman said. "I'm not informed at this time that he is facing additional charges."
, ammo for three other guns -- a .380, a .45 and a .40 -- were also seized.
Burress, meanwhile, was in the news earlier this week for another possible legal issue. He was sued by a woman in Florida, who alleges a car crash with Burress in May
. According to the woman's lawyer, Burress did not have car insurance at the time of the accident.