Odell Beckham Jr. Could Miss Giants' Season Opener Vs. Cowboys

Odell Beckham Jr. Could Miss Giants' Season Opener Vs. Cowboys

McAdoo didn't elaborate if Beckham sustained a high or low ankle sprain on a hit by Cleveland defensive back Briean Boddy-Calhoun during a 10-6 loss to the Browns in a preseason game on Monday night.

First the Giants have preseason games on both Saturday against the Jets and next Thursday against the New England Patriots.

No matter. He's got an ankle.

The MRI that Beckham had Tuesday didn't seem to provide much clarity for the coach.

The Giants went 11-5 and reached the playoffs with that formula a year ago, sure, but it's the path of greatest resistance to take there, and it sure caught up to them in a big way in the Wild Card game in Green Bay. The Giants believe if the healing process proceeds normally, Beckham will be ready for the opener. A source told the ESPN duo "not out of the question he could miss a week or two of the regular season".

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ESPN reported that Marshall is further along in the recovery process than Beckham. He has said he wants to be the highest-paid player in the NFL. "You've got Odell and Marshall that's out, that's definitely a big part of our offense, but you don't want to put your mind on that", Rodgers-Cromartie said.

"The play wasn't a penalty, but it's something everyone knows. you don't do".

McAdoo's shadiness on Wednesday extended beyond updates on Beckham. "If it were somebody lying on the table, it would be different". He is doubtful to play in the Giants final two preseason games. WR Tavarres King reinjured an ankle Monday night and CB Michael Hunter is in the concussion protocol.

Lewis said it's a matter of working and putting into practice what guys like Beckham and Marshall impart.

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