Police seized a 9-millimeter handgun, a rifle, ammunition and pants

was wearing the night he shot himself from his New Jersey home,

» READ MORE: several media outlets

are reporting.

One detail that is conflicting depending on the report is which weapon was loaded.

» READ MORE: The New York Post

and

» READ MORE: Newsday

report that the rifle was loaded. The

» READ MORE: New York Daily News

, 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

» READ MORE: he was aware only of a rifle

being seized.

"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."

» READ MORE: According to the Post

, 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

» READ MORE: left her with back and neck injuries

. According to the woman's lawyer, Burress did not have car insurance at the time of the accident.

As for the Giants, they play the Vikings Sunday in a game that has no bearing on their playoff seeding. New York clinched the No. 1 seed and homefield throughout with their win Sunday night against the Panthers. However, the Eagles need the Giants to come through. A Vikings or Bears loss is one of the three things the Birds need to keep their slim playoff hopes alive.