Right now, the Giants have absolutely no need to trade Beckham. ESPN's Adam Schefter said the Giants are listening to offers for the receiver during an appearance on "Golic and Wingo" Tuesday morning.
Beckham, who reportedly wants $20 million per year from the Giants on a new contract, has been the subject of much speculation at the 2018 National Football League owners meetings, primarily because of the tepid endorsements he has received thus far from the people in charge of running the Giants.
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Beckham has been in the forefront of a lot of minds lately, especially here at the NFL's annual meeting which began with Giants co-owner John Mara expressing weariness over some of Beckham's off-field antics and opening the door for a possible trade of the megastar receiver.
"When you build a chemistry, you can't develop those relationships unless you are working together", Shurmur said. It's unclear what the Giants would be looking for in return.
Asked about a hypothetical situation involving Odell, McVay said that "hypothetically, I think a player of his caliber can really do everything". "Hypothetically, I think a player of his caliber can really do everything". Earlier in March, a video surfaced of the wide receiver with what appeared to be cocaine and a brown cigarette in hand. You know, I hope not.
"We always want weapons". I felt like I got to know him a little better. Instead, he's expecting to see No. 13 back in blue and attending team activities in April, which would be his first action with the team since an ankle injury cut his 2017 short after just four games.