Is it time for a homecoming in East Rutherford?
Free-agent wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. reportedly visited the team that drafted him, the New York Giants, on Monday, CBS Sports reported Monday.
This comes on the same day that former Giants safety Landon Collins worked out for the team.
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Beckham has been recovering from a torn ACL suffered during the Los Angeles Rams’ Super Bowl victory in February, where Beckham scored the game’s first touchdown and was on pace to put on a fantastic performance for Los Angeles.
He has been working out and has been one of the most controversial free agents still on the market, having been around to watch a few games this season, including the NFL season opener between the Rams and Buffalo Bills. . Both are two teams that have been speculated to be on Beckham’s radar.
But the Giants just lost Sterling Shepard to a torn ACL, and with Wan’Dale Robinson and Kadarius Toney also dealing with injuries, the Giants could use a receiver who makes defenses think long and hard about his play. .
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Beckham wasn’t expected to be ready for any team he might sign with until October or possibly even November, ESPN reported in June. However, the Giants wouldn’t want Beckham in the building if they didn’t think he could come in handy soon.
Beckham is one of the best offensive talents to wear a Giants uniform, having rewrote numerous rookie records and totaling more than 1,000 receiving yards in four of his five seasons in New York.
But is there any strain on that relationship after what former general manager Dave Gettleman did to Beckham?
Gettleman said he didn’t sign Beckham for a trade after the former first-round pick was signed to a five-year, $90 million deal before the 2019 season. But he never played a moment in that new blue-and-white deal, as Gettleman traded him to the Cleveland Browns for a first- and third-round pick, as well as safety Jabrill Peppers.
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The Giants are now under new leadership with Joe Schoen as GM and head coach Brian Daboll becoming the first head coach to go 3-1 in his first four games since Tom Coughlin. It’s a new era that has gone well for the Giants so far, and Beckham has said in the past that all he wanted to do was help the Giants win.
Beckham totaled 5,476 yards and 44 touchdowns in 59 games with the Giants in his career. He was a three-time Pro Bowler and named Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2014 after averaging 108.8 yards per game in 12 contests.
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Last season with the Rams, Beckham had 305 yards and five touchdowns in three regular-season games. He caught two postseason touchdowns with LA and totaled 113 yards on nine catches during the Rams’ NFC Championship Game victory over the San Francisco 49ers.