Beckham (ankle) could be in danger of missing the Giants' regular-season opener against the Cowboys, Dan Graziano of ESPN reports.
Initial X-rays on both players were negative.
Beckham has reached the Pro Bowl in each of his first three seasons in the NFL, establishing himself as one of the league's most unsafe receivers.
But - according to fans - this one leaves a bit of room for interpretation.
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"I'm just thinking hit him low, make sure I don't get no fine or nothing", Boddy-Calhoun explained.
Beckham wouldn't say if he thought the hit was a dirty play. Saying he's only to miss a game or two would undersell the severity and allow the Giants to force opponents to game plan for him.
Initial fears of what would have been a devastating injury to their most important player not named Manning were apparently eased somewhat when the Giants announced Beckham suffered an ankle sprain.
McAdoo also didn't directly answer a question about how Beckham felt Tuesday after he took a hard hit to the leg from Browns cornerback Briean Boddy-Calhoun. Boddy-Calhoun went low for the tackle, putting his head down at impact while his shoulder pads connecting with Beckham's left knee.
Added Collins: "The play wasn't a penalty, but it's something everyone knows. you don't do". I'd like to see him complete the shallow cross to (wide receiver) Sterling Shepard in the red zone. "We just had them in here for a treatment session and we'll take it day by day".