Despite a cacophony of noise at the National Football League owners' meetings this week, the Giants are not trying to trade Beckham. Mara would not discuss any contract talks regarding Beckham, who is heading into the final year of his rookie contract.
Despite losing Sammy Watkins this offseason, the Rams still have a good receiving core of Robert Woods, Cooper Kupp, and Tavon Austin, but the addition of Beckham would certainly be a huge upgrade on what they already have.
"There's steps he's got to take but all indications are he'll be back, healthy by the time we start playing in September, " Shurmur said. Perhaps that's why Gettleman and the Giants are hesitant to hand him an enormous contract, to say nothing of the non-stop distractions Beckham brings. "It's just another way of saying we're going to try to do anything we can to make our team better", he said.
But considering Beckham's far-from flawless behavior, Giants co-owner John Mara might want to ride himself of the headache.
Trump 'Considering' Veto Of Budget Bill
However, the White House press pool arrived at the golf club earlier this morning and are holding nearby in a parking lot. Mark Meadows of North Carolina, chairman of the freedom caucus, says in a tweet the group would "fully support" a veto.
With the Giants being 3-13 last season and the video of Beckham surfacing, anyone on the team, including Beckham, isn't safe from being traded. 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. "That's why I think it's super important that you have a high-attendance rate at the offseason". Who knows how that video appeared?
Now they have emerged as a suitor for New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., and Steve Wyche of NFL Network has reported the Ram are willing to part with a first-round pick in a deal to get him. "He told me his favorite restaurants in town and we just got a chance to get to know one another".
"He's on our team right now", Shurmur said Tuesday morning.
On Mara's statement that no one on the team is untouchable via trade, Shurmur said he was glad to hear that. It's unclear what the Giants would be looking for in return.