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The last time Giants general manager Jerry Reese saw Odell Beckham Jr. on a football field was Jan. 8 in Green Bay, where New York was thumped in the NFC wild-card round. The star wide receiver’s numbers that day: a disappointing four catches for 28 yards with two drops.Reese thought the next time he’d see Beckham would be during Giants OTAs, which began last week.
No such luck.Beckham instead was 2,500 miles away in Los Angeles working out with bad boy/former NFL quarterback Johnny Manziel, not Eli Manning. He was being coached up by Hall of Fame wide receiver Cris Carter, not Giants coach Ben McAdoo and his staff.Beckham once again has made New York tabloid headlines for the wrong reasons.
That can’t please Reese or Giants owner John Mara as they ponder whether to make OBJ the NFL’s highest paid receiver with a price tag in the range of $18 million per year.
Breaking down Giants’ scheduleAs a former GM who now works for an NFL agent group, I understand a <a href=”https://www.mmogo.com/Madden-mobile/Coins.html”>Buy Madden Mobile Coins</a> star player’s reluctance (fear of injury) to participate in all aspects of voluntary OTAs when a mammoth contract is on the horizon. But I would strongly recommend that he demonstrate good faith by showing up and doing at least some conditioning work while abstaining from more intense on-field drills until his new contract is finalized.