Rams make 23rd overall pick available in Odell Beckham Jr

Rams make 23rd overall pick available in Odell Beckham Jr

Just a second-round pick or a future first-rounder is hardly a great return for a player like Beckham when the Giants realistically have him under control for the next three years, and it would be a poor PR move for Gettleman just a few months into his new job. "I understand that. It's sort of refreshing to know that we're going to look under any rock and turn over every stone that we can to make sure we make the NY football Giants the best team we can make it".

Odell Beckham Jr. scores on a fourth quarter touchdown reception against the Los Angeles Chargers past year. "Again, when you're coming off a season when you're 3-13 and played as poorly as we played, I wouldn't say that anyone is untouchable". "I don't want to make this sound like it's a showcase for Davis Webb, but as a guy that we're interested in seeing, he's certainly going to get his fair share of the reps".

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Monday that Beckham "will not set foot on a field" before agreeing to an extension. Off-field concerns are also in play, but the ankle injury that ended Beckham's 2017 four games in is not in line to be a concern. McVay asked at the start of his one-hour breakfast session with reporters at the NFL's annual meetings Tuesday.

"There's no substitute for experience and even though he was here and didn't play a bunch, he became experienced in ways you can't if you haven't been here, " Shurmur said. 'Who knows how that video appeared? Listen, we're all human beings, and sometimes as hard as we try to put things in boxes, you can't always do it.

There would be plenty of interest for a player of Beckham's caliber on the open market, and one of the best potential landing spots would be with the Rams in Los Angeles. We want guys who are passionate about playing the game. "I went back and revisited my notes from a year ago and we had him rated highly". From 2014-16, Beckham totaled 288 receptions, 4,122 yards, and 35 touchdowns, figures which rank first, second, and fourth, respectively, among wide receivers in National Football League history during the first three seasons of their respective careers.